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Irreducibly Complex.

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Posted by Sam Patterson on August 9, 2002 01:26:19 UTC

I understood "irreducibly complex" to mean a system or organism which could not have come to exist step by step. Like a mousetrap. Take one part away, it won't work. It would have had to come toghether all at once to be functional.

KC2GWX 73's

B.T.W Did you read "Darwin's black box"? If so, what did you think?

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