Which came first, the protein or the cell? They were intentionally created at the same time along with every essential component of the all-or-nothing systems of life on earth. However, the theory of evolution claims that all forms of life arose by chance over long periods of time – is that possible? Join host Trey Bowling and ICR paleobiochemist Dr. Brian Thomas as they define irreducible complexity, describe systems that qualify as all-or-nothing, and discuss how these biological necessities prove to be incompatible with evolutionary theory.
Do Complex Systems Defy Evolution? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 34