History has long attributed the development of the gear to the ancient Greeks, over two thousand years ago.
But what about Darwin’s citation of the gemmule? Does this help show he had an accurate understanding of cellular complexity?
Writing at ENV last month, I explained why proponents of intelligent design are justified in using the term “molecular machines.”
“No human contrivance operates with either the degree of complexity, the precision, or the efficiency of living cells.”
But DNA wasn’t designed — right?