Physical chemists are justifiably proud of their tiny motors that do little more than spin. How can they say that much more complex motors in life evolved?
To complete the argument for prior fitness of the elements for our Privileged Species, we must deal with the availability of another essential element.
Much of our plastic debris accumulates in the oceans where it collects in huge revolving garbage patches on the surface called gyres.
It’s not often that a new functional organ is found in the human body, considering that everything has been dissected and drawn for centuries.
Intelligent design predicts that organisms will be equipped with complex systems that can take advantage of environmental cues and respond with precision.