From: Phil Goetz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Feb 01 2005 - 19:35:40 MST
--- Martin Striz <email@example.com> wrote:
> Also, I loved how it demonstrated that irreducible
> complexity could evolve (a
> favorite for Intelligent Design proponents), for
> example, the program with 19
> instructions, which doesn't work if missing any one
> of them.
What I love is how the creationists (IDers are just
creationists in disguise) will pick out one particular
protein complex out of the tens of thousands known --
the flagellar motor - and say, "Look! This design
is irreducibly complex! This shows that proteins
were designed like machines, by an intelligent
designer!" instead of saying, "Look! Out of
9,999 [or whatever] protein complexes, only ONE of
them looks like something a designer would build!
This proves that there was no designer!"
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