The end of evolution?

@article{Lents2019TheEO,
  title={The end of evolution?},
  author={Nathan H Lents and S. Joshua Joshua Swamidass and R. Lenski},
  journal={Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={363},
  pages={590 - 590}
}
A biochemist's crusade to overturn evolution misrepresents theory and ignores evidence In 1996, biochemist Michael Behe introduced the notion of "irreducible complexity," arguing that some biomolecular structures could not have evolved because their functionality requires interacting parts, the removal of any one of which renders the entire apparatus defective. This claim excited creationists and remains a central plank of the "intelligent design" movement, despite being rightly rejected by a U… Expand
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