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David Galloway: The Fetal Circulatory System is Irreducibly Complex

Episode
1915
With
Geoffrey Simmons
Guest
David Galloway
Duration
00:18:37
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On today’s ID the Future from the vault, distinguished British physician and author David Galloway explains why he’s convinced that the human fetal circulatory system is irreducibly complex and therefore beyond the reach of a blind gradualistic evolutionary process. “This is a complex, integrated, balanced system,” says Dr. Galloway, “all of which has to work right out of the box. It’s not just analogous to an irreducibly complex system – it IS irreducibly complex in exactly the same way as molecular machines are shown to be.”

In this second half of his conversation with host and fellow physician Geoffrey Simmons, Galloway also mentions some molecular machines that he’s convinced are irreducibly complex and point decisively to intelligent design. The occasion for the conversation is Galloway’s book, Design Dissected.

This is Part 2 of a two-part conversation. Listen to Part 1.

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