Explaining the origin of complex phenotypic novelty is the million-dollar question in evolutionary biology.
Many people I know in the ID community are strongly interested in rethinking mutation, understanding it as a designed or regulated process.
Cell processes are quick and efficient. They can even solve geometry problems in the dark without eyes or brains.
Systems biologists assume for the sake of research that a biological system under investigation is optimally engineered.
Dr. Howard Glicksman and host Eric Anderson walk through the discovery and explore how these high-tech blood pressure barometers, or “baroreceptors,” work.