DARWIN'S BLACK BOX : The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution Hardcover – 1996
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I gave the book three stars just because I thought that it might have been a shorter book. The author spent too much time (Chap 3-7) discussing the different systems. It felt an overkill to me. Those five chapters could have been collapsed into one chapter in which he can briefly disucss those systems. Behe made his thesis very clear just by the example of the mouse trap. However, I didn't have to read those chapters since my background is in the health sciences and I understand the complexity of the different systems he talked about especially the blood clotting and complement systems as well as the cellular production of energy and the cell structure. Still the main thesis is very interesting and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to see how evolution by natural selection could be very plausibly challenged.
If it could be demonstrated that any complex organ existed,which could not possibly have been formed by numerous,successive,slight modifications,my theory would absolutely break down.
Move over,Mr. Darwin.
Michael J Bede presents a solid treatise supporting Intelligent Design,as he explicates persuausively the Biochemical Challenge to evolution.
Professor Bede has a gift for making the complicated simple.His evidence of Intelligent Design illustrates how unreassonable it is to believe that life developed through evolution.
Illustration 1: The Cilia
Illustration 2: The Eye
Illustration 3: The Bombardier Beetle
Illustration 4: Blood Clotting.
DARWIN'S BLACK BOX is a captivating adventure for readers of every age and persuasion.
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A balanced point of view while avoiding polemic nonsense to often espoused by intelligent design enthusiasts. Read morePublished 10 months ago by cancer man
Everyone should read this excellent book which on a purely scientific basis challenges the unsubstantiated believes of Darwinists. Compared to books written by R. Read morePublished on Feb. 23 2014 by George Newman
Professor Michael Behe delivers magnificently in, 'Darwin's Black Box' by forceful reminder that Darwin's theory only stood for cursory description of traits and gross anatomy -... Read morePublished on May 26 2013 by Dr. L. Ferguson
As a student of physics and organic chemistry, I found the author's work incredibly defying to the Darwinian approach to Evolution. Read morePublished on Dec 17 2009 by Shane Snider
This three part, eleven chapter book, by Professor of Biochemistry Dr. Michael Behe, has the purpose of showing that the Darwinian theory of evolution does not... Read more
I can appreciate that Michael Behe's supporters might fail to grasp the effectiveness of some of the more technical refutations of this book that have been presented. Read morePublished on July 11 2004
The book that basically started it all, where whispers in the scientific community against neo-Darwinism became public discourse. Read morePublished on July 10 2004 by J A W