Intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) are common in cells. Can a disordered protein regulate a molecular motor?
The discrepancy in method is crucial to understanding this argument against Behe. Yet curiously, it is omitted from mention by Lents and Hunt. Why?
Since 2007, Hunt has been claiming to have refuted Michael Behe’s thesis that irreducible complexity cannot arise by mindless evolutionary processes.
Evolution is all, or almost all, evolution by destruction. Michael Behe gives the analogy of a bridge separating you from an invading group of enemies.
ID proponents have long predicted that functions would be uncovered for such non-coding DNA.