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Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution

Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution

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Michael J. Behe, associate professor of biochemistry at Lehigh University, presents a scientific argument for an “intelligent designer” who he beli"s is the only possible explanation for the “irreducibly complex” systems that are found in the biochemistry of living cells. Here he focuses on blood clotting, cilia, the human immune system, transport of materials within a cell, and the synthesis of nucleotides (building blocks of DNA). Behe says he once fully accepted the scientific theory of evolution, but after reading Michael Denton's Evolution: A Theory in Crisis he came to question the theory as a whole. Examining the evolutionary theory of the origins of life, he can go part of the way with Darwin―he accepts the idea that species have been differentiated by the mechanism of natural selection from a common ancestor. But he t

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SKU 1387
Author Behe, Michael
Translator 邢锡范 等
ISBN 9787801092663
Publisher 中央编译出版社
Publication Date 2006年8月
Number of Pages 293页;272千字
List Price CN¥29.00
Michael J. Behe, associate professor of biochemistry at Lehigh University, presents a scientific argument for an “intelligent designer” who he beli"s is the only possible explanation for the “irreducibly complex” systems that are found in the biochemistry of living cells. Here he focuses on blood clotting, cilia, the human immune system, transport of materials within a cell, and the synthesis of nucleotides (building blocks of DNA). Behe says he once fully accepted the scientific theory of evolution, but after reading Michael Denton's Evolution: A Theory in Crisis he came to question the theory as a whole. Examining the evolutionary theory of the origins of life, he can go part of the way with Darwin―he accepts the idea that species have been differentiated by the mechanism of natural selection from a common ancestor. But he t

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