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Behe and complex machines

February 14th, 2015 · No Comments

http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2015/02/god-watchmakers-and-the-short-half-lfe-of-technology-metaphors/385408/

The general issues of design in nature and theology can get distract and miss the point: Behe made it clear that complex machines can’t self-assemble by chance as natural selection. Such entities may not be entirely ‘irreducible’ and in many cases we see a given form given to further remorphing to do something else, but in general Behe’s argument should be obvious as to the unlikelihood of complex machines self-assembly by chance…

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