December 11, 2014

As scientists, we revel in the complexity of nature and feel satisfaction as we continually reveal its secrets. We marvel at the structural and functional complexity of organelles such as eukaryotic cilia and flagella--but not because this complexity provides any support for the creationist's arguments about irreducible complexity and the necessity for a creator. To read more, click here.

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