>EGM> Glenn, I'm sorry to hear about your son's problem. I'm almost
>now sure that you have not read Behe's book. He gives a few well
>defined and delimited I.C. systems, and some that are not I.C. but too
>complex to have been come about darwinistically (i.e., blood clotting
>was not IC according to Behe's [if my memory doesn't fail me]). Not
>everything in biology is I.C. like you seem to understand Behe is
>affirming. He's not.
Now I'm going to have to go back and read the book again. I think that
Behe did state that blood clotting is IC. Perhaps not. At any rate, I'm
the one who stated that clotting is IC in the first place, so if a
mistake has been made with regard to Behe's position, the mistake is mine.
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