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  • n. Plural form of flagellum.

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Examples

  • Only by merest happenstance would things like flagellums, eyes, and rational humans come about.

    2006 February - Telic Thoughts

  • If you were to run evolution again on any planet like earth, things would come out the same, with flagellums, eyes, and finally rational humans with an interest in their own origin.

    2006 February - Telic Thoughts

  • Or are you saying ID advocates think they are flagellums?

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  • Some are elongated flagellums that help the plant to climb onto vegetation that is close by. root system.

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  • (A) All aspects of life (not just bacterial flagellums and blood clotting cascades) lie beyond the reach of naturalistic explanations, and (B) only intelligent design meets the criterion of an acceptable historical inference according to the Law of Cause and Effect.

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  • At least it’s somewhat new and original, unlike the boredom that the local creationists have become as of late constantly gibbering about bacterial flagellums, research that doesn’t exist but we pretend that it does and is uber secret etc.

    Keep Darwin's 'lies' out of schools: Polish official - The Panda's Thumb

  • So far I’ve heard about immune responses, clotting mechanisms, bacterial flagellums er, flagelli?

    The Revenge of Calvin and Hobbes - The Panda's Thumb

  • So far I’ve heard about immune responses, clotting mechanisms, bacterial flagellums er, flagelli? and for some reason, mousetraps, all of which turned out to be not-quite-IC after all.

    The Revenge of Calvin and Hobbes - The Panda's Thumb

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