UC Santa Barbara 2005
Drawing on his ten years of experience in working with bacteria as a geneticist, Dr. Minnich gives a thorough explication of the "irreducibly complex" nature of the bacterial flagellum. He explains this phrase that was coined by Michael Behe, and argues that the irreducibly complex construction of the bacterial flagellum is an outstanding case for an intelligent designer.
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