That’s Michael Behe’s irreducible complexity in case the Darwinians among us need a reason to freak out.
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What ought to be taught in public schools regarding the ultimate question of our origins? Be thinking about courses including History, Philosophy, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
For extra credit: Should the concept of irreducible complexity be taught in Engineering or Computer Science classes? For even more credit: Should Darwinian Naturalism be taught in English classes when discussing science fiction. Explain.
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In the Introduction to his Origin of Species Charles Darwin admitted, “I am well aware that scarcely a single point is discussed in this volume on which facts cannot be adduced, often apparently leading to conclusions directly opposite to those at which I have arrived.”
What directly opposite conclusions could Darwin have meant?
How could natural selection inhibit major evolutionary change from occurring on a gradual step-by-step basis?
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