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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on August 9, 2002 00:13:13 UTC

Sam,

In order to debate Behe's ideas, we must first consider his term "irreducibly complex." It seemed to me that Behe relied on this concept to make his point.

What does this term mean to you, and how did Behe use it to get his ideas across?

-LH

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