Joined: Jan. 2006
|Complexity in Dembski's CSI does NOT refer to "parts of a system". "Complexity" in CSI is just the same as improbability of occurring due to chance or regularity. Nothing about parts there. |
This seems to be the most overlooked point. It is absolutely impossible to calculate the probability of the evolution of the flagellum. In No Free Lunch Dembski calculates the probabilty that all of the proteins in the flagellum formed at the same time from random combinations of amino acids. Any other criticism is unessecary, if fun.