Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Irreducible Complexity:

Each new stage of growth requires a minimum number of components, this means that different components must come into being simultaneously in order for the new thing to function.  For instance, the steam engine (circa 1800s) required a number of other components in order for it to be created.  Thus new things are contingent on a number of other things existing for it to function.


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