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Irreducible Complexity (bacterial flagellum) debunked.flv

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Uploaded on Jan 8, 2011

(Mirror from Kurpalac) Ken Miller discusses the error of the 'poster child' of intelligent design. He discusses the evolutionary history of the bacterial flagellum and how the parts both in groups and alone have function in other processes than the flagellum which is directly contradicts the idea of 'irreducible complexity.'

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