I just discovered this blog today. And they just so happened to have something up that directly caught my interest.
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On this issue I would like to ask of design critics: How would you be able to treat diseases if you felt that
pathogens would just develop resistance to the very drugs you're using?
Behe had a lot to say about this in Edge of Evolution, pointing out that if one admitted there were evolutionary
limitations, one might be able to concoct a drug combination strong enough to wipe the given disease out in
no time without resorting to using drugs with more cost or side effects than needed. Simply formulate cures
that are beyond the reach of evolutionary processes and the disease won't adapt in time to overcome it.
On top of this, are critics aware that Louis Pasteur wasn't anywhere near an advocate for Darwinian theory?
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