“Poor Design”? Actually, the Human Body Is Amazing; Here’s Why

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If someone suggests that a coherent, interdependent system of systems arose by chance, they’ll need to back that up with a detailed engineering analysis. Source
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Cell Fate: Another Hurdle for Evolution

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When a stem cell divides, one daughter cell must maintain its stemness while the other specializes. Therein lies another truckload of requirements. Source
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Darwinists Seek to Explain the Eye’s Engineering Perfection

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First, they turn evolution into an engineer. Personification is a common ploy by Darwinists. Source
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Bacterial Flagellum Demonstrates the Explanatory and Predictive Power of Engineering Models

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Dean Schulz investigated the design of the flagellum with a method that could be described as groundbreaking. Source
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The Year in Review: Three Major Advances for Intelligent Design

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The situation resembles a poorly constructed dam holding back water that is continuously rising. Source
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