Tuesday, February 21, 2006

 

Re: Grasse, Behe, and "Irreducible Complexity"

After posting 'Beyond Belief: Intelligent Design (Audio)' earlier this evening I remembered an article I had posted to the evomech forum some years ago entitled "Grasse, Behe, and Irreducible Complexity" (which I've now posted to the Main Blog in this post's title link).

It describes how Dr Pierre-Paul Grasse ('considered to have been one of the most eminent of French zoologists') thought irreducible complexity to be another indication of 'internal factors' being involved in how evolutionary changes occur while others are currently arguing the case for external ones!

John Latter

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