Cell Vesicles Wear Sophisticated Coats, Defying Unguided Evolutionary Explanations

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These coats, and the accessory proteins that build them, attach them to vesicles, and disassemble them, exhibit irreducible complexity. Source
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Two Recent Papers Buttress Michael Behe’s Thesis in Darwin Devolves

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Evolution’s grand tree-of-life story requires constructive evolution, not more and more cases of organisms tossing parts overboard. Source
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Nearly All of Evolution Is Best Explained by Engineering

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Transposable elements modify gene regulation in maize to confer drought tolerance, alter flowering time, and enable plants to grow in toxic aluminum soils. Source
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