How different our perception of reality would be if our brains processed visual signals from the optical nerve as only varying shades of beige or pink or grey!
Complex I is involved in the electron transport chain, which is part of the biochemical process by which we create ATP, the energy molecule of life.
A simple tissue we take for granted turns out to represent another example of irreducible complexity in the human body.
More detail has come out on the fascinating role of water in cellular dynamics, touched on by Denton in his book, The Wonder of Water.
Machines packed in exquisite geometrical structures play a major role in cleaning the air and regulating carbon for the entire planet.