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Patrick, trying to distance himself from the absurdity of this thread, asks:
07/26/2007 9:45 am
ok…so who here believes that Darwinian processes are incapable of producing complexity?
Evidently, reading is beyond the scope of the typical IDer:
How are they more complex than other bacteria.
Bob, has a bacterium ever been observed mutating into something more complex?
Enough has long since been said — several times — to show why many of us note several problems with the assumption that we can credibly get enhanced functionality through random mutation
How can NS form a trend of increasing complexity while selecting based on increasing reproductive success.
q’s intial question about how NS can form a trend of increasing complexity while selecting based on increasing reproductive success…
If I am correct, the more unecessarily complex will be weeded out by NS
How can NS select for increasing complexity when simpler mechanisms can (and do) replicate much quicker, more easily and robustly?
And that's just in the last 20 comments.