Posted: Jul 22, 2010 4:21 am
by Calilasseia
And of course, Behe's claim that removing parts break the flagellum fatally is refuted by one of the scientific papers I presented in the other thread, where scientists demonstrated experimentally that removing one flagellar gene stopped flagellar biosynthesis, but removing a second gene resulted in flagellar biosynthesis restarting, with the new flagellum functioning as a motility system just as well as the original.

Game. Fucking. Over.