Evolution, Complexity And Time Travel

Thursday, January 19, 2012 - 07:31 in Biology & Nature

Parts of organisms can be remarkably complex. So much so that some even consider this complexity to be irreducible. A well-known group of examples of supposed irreducibly complex biological phenomena, are several molecular ‘machines’. But research has shown again and again that the complexity, which might seem irreducible at first, can actually be explained through evolutionary mechanisms. read more

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