Monday, 17 January 2011

Debunking Corner - Irreducible Complexity (again)


Irreducible complexity cut down to size
The argument presented here, encapsulated:
1. Complex natural systems CAN evolve gradually through the accumulation of many small useful steps;
2. Systems claimed to be "irreducibly complex" are often NOT;
3. Even systems that ARE irreducibly complex can have functional precursors and evolve gradually.
From GrrlScientist 

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