Dr Behe's irreducible mousetrap
In "Darwin's Black Box" Dr Behe used a 5 part mousetrap to illustrate irreducible complexity (IC).
What IC is supposed to refute is the premise that non-telic processes can account for it.
So what do the anti-IDists do?
They misrepresent Dr Behe, and set up strawman after strawman in order to "refute" him.
John H. McDonald has provided the evidence that supports my claim:
A reducibly complex mousetrap
If one goes to that site you will notice something missing- no where on that page does it describe how non-telic processes can make the changes required!
IOW McDonald proves that he is a clueless dolt.
Why do anti-IDists think their ignorance is some sort of refutation?