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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 16 2008,15:19   

Quote (Bob O'H @ Aug. 16 2008,03:20)
I think GCUGreyArea is arguing that wheels are irreducibly complex, so couldn't evolve.  Oh the irony.

Where are you seeing references to IC?

As far as I can see, he is only talking about the simple practicality of wheels as biological components. In other words, he's not addressing the feasibility of evolutionary paths to wheels, he's addressing the feasibility of wheels themselves. Even then, he specifically points out that he does not claim that they are impossible.

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