Joined: May 2002
Why wasn't the book called, "Common Dissent?" 'Twould make more sense...
Anyhow, Dembski repeats his usual claim that:
The biological community has no detailed, testable proposals for how irreducibly complex systems might have arisen by Darwinian means but only a variety of wishful speculations...
But when confronted with just such proposals, for example for the complement cascade of the immune system, Dembski rather completely failed to even deal with the evidence or the literature:
Organisms using GAs vs. Organisms being built by GAs
Many other references:
AE immune system thread
Edited by niiicholas on July 22 2003,21:34