747 Complexity

Even 'intelligent design' proponents need evolution for their ideas to work, Gerhard Adam writes in Science 2.0.

The common critique that advocates of 'intelligent design' level against evolutionary biology is that there are instances of complexity in the natural world that cannot have evolved, and must have had a designer.

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