A friend at the Italian language ID blog, Progetto Cosmo, writes us to say, re the Adam and Eve (McBride vs. Gauger) controversy,
Paul McBride believes (contra Ann Gauger and others) that common descent is a perfect nested functional hierarchy (NFH) of species that only Darwinian evolution can have produced.
I have always said that NFHs cannot arise bottom-up by chance and necessity from molecules. In fact, the sub-functions at any level cannot serve their parent function, because it doesn’t yet exist. Only top-down design can create a NFH, by creating at any level first the parent, then its sub-functions.
However Paul McBride, instead of just talking about it, can prove his claim by a computer simulation. I woill ease his job: instead of beginning from molecules, he can start from the “first complete software simulator of bacterial cell” and program the RM+NS code. He can run the simulation and show us that his tree of NFH of species arises by evolution…
…There is a reason why, despite of the power of software and hardware tools available today, evolutionists haven’t succeed so far to provide the least computer simulation of a real and functioning NFH generated by C&N.