The aquatic bladderwort lacks the charm of a rose, a lily, cherry blossoms, or many other plants you can think of, but it has something else to recommend it.
Behe offered the mousetrap as an example of a simple everyday device that is “irreducibly complex.”
Recently I was asked by several people whether I had ever responded to an old review of my book Darwin’s Black Box.
At a conference, says Miller, “I removed two parts from a mousetrap (leaving just the base, spring, and hammer), and used that 3-part device as a functional tie-clip.”
Our responses to the Muller two-step have been around for a long time; it would be nice if ID critics would recognize and perhaps answer them.