Michael Behe Quotes

Michael Behe Quotes: The basic structure of proteins is quite simple: they are formed by hooking together in a chain discrete subunits called amino acids.
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Michael Behe Quote: Throughout history there have been many other examples, similar to that of Haeckel, Huxley and the cell, where a key piece of a particular scientific puzzle was beyond the understanding of the age.
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Quotes about Michael Behe: The strong appearance of design [in nature] allows a disarmingly simple argument: if it looks, walks and quacks like a duck, then, absent compelling evidence to the contrary, we have warrant to conclude it's a duck. Design should not be overlooked simply because it's so obvious.
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Quote about Michael Behe: I find the idea of common descent (that all organisms share a common ancestor) fairly convincing, and have no particular reason to doubt it.
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Michael Behe Sayings: Although Darwin was able to persuade much of the world that a modern eye could be produced gradually from a much simpler structure, he did not even attempt to explain how the simple light sensitive spot that was his starting point actually worked.
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Michael Behe Saying: As can be seen even by this limited number of examples proteins carry out amazingly diverse functions.
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Sayings about Michael Behe: As commonly understood, creationism involves belief in an earth formed only about ten thousand years ago, an interpretation of the Bible that is still very popular. For the record, I have no reason to doubt that the universe is the billions of years old that physicists say it is. Further, I find the idea of common descent (that all organisms share a common ancestor) fairly convincing, and have no particular reason to doubt it.
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