Evolution Irreducible Complexity Video

Here’s the film about Mike Behe

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Note: Behe has a new book coming out. See New book from Michael Behe on how today’s DNA findings “devolve” Darwin

See also: The bombardier beetle, the toad, and – after all these years – Mike Behe

5 Replies to “Here’s the film about Mike Behe

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    Collin says:

    I’m glad to see this because just today I was wondering if Behe was still actively doing research/publishing. I even sent him an email this morning prior to seeing this. I asked him if Irreducible Complexity is still actively defended. Can anyone tell me if it is defended or if it has been refuted effectively?

    thanks.

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    Mung says:

    Irreducible Complexity is a fact and as such cannot be refuted. It can merely be ignored, or misrepresented.

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    EricMH says:

    Irreducible complexity is pretty obvious. Try evolving Microsoft Office with a genetic algorithm.

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    Collin says:

    Update: I got an email back from Prof. Behe. I assume he wouldn’t object to me posting it here. Here it is: “Hi, Mr. [Collin], nice to meet you. I defend irreducible complexity whenever I see it attacked in an intellectually serious venue, such as academic journals or books. Often I post my writings at the websites of the Discovery Institute (a lot of good articles from an ID perspective can be found there). I haven’t seen any such serious attacks in a long time (a number of frivolous ones, though). However, IC is a potent — in fact, fatal — problem for Darwinism, and I have a new book (called Darwin Devolves) coming our next February that shows the depths of the problem. Best wishes.
    mjb”

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    Granville Sewell says:

    >> and I have a new book (called Darwin Devolves) coming our >> next February that shows the depths of the problem.

    That is good news, I look forward to Behe’s new book.

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