Fair representation of ID theorist Michael Behe … from a typical legacy media source?
|August 19, 2013||Posted by News under Irreducible Complexity|
Friends are talking about a remarkably fair vid produced by MSN on ID theorist Mike Behe.
The vid, believe it or not, discusses what he actually says about the likelihood that random mutations just get naturally selected to produce the complex machinery in living cells.
It’s not without flaws; one friend notes that the narration implies that all components of a bacterial cell’s flagular assembly (paddles for getting around) are essential; in fact, some are probably dispensable.
But the machine as a whole is not the product of a Darwinian process (natural selection acting on random mutation). However inconvenient that fact may be to the chief ideologues of biology today.
Can’t see where the comments box is, but no doubt it will soon be chock full of vituperation from the friends of Darwin. Tomorrow is Tuesday, after all.