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Another cool graphic: Molecular clutch engaged, and disengaged

Here.

If you print this, don’t show it to American or British students. They might conclude something illegal about Darwinism as the supposed chief source of accidental innovations in the history of life.

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5 Responses to Another cool graphic: Molecular clutch engaged, and disengaged

  1. 1
    material.infantacy

    That’s not really hard to explain. Clutches offer a survival advantage. Same with motor propulsion devices. And the ability to replicate.

  2. 2

    clutches, fiber optics, pick-&-place robotics, aerodynamic control surfaces, supercomputers, algorithmic logic controls, data storage & retrieval… all pretty much confer some sort of survival advantage.

    Yeah, easy to explain from a materialist viewpoint.

  3. 3

    I like how they put “clutch” in quotes. That’s a good one.

  4. Is it from the National Science Foundation???

  5. Here’s a link to a summary of the article:

    http://nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?cntn_id=111737

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