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Biologist Douglas Axe on Evolution's Ability to Produce New Functions
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Publish-date-icon October 15, 2012
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On this special video edition of ID the Future, Dr. Douglas Axe answers the question: How hard would it be for evolution to produce a different function for a protein?

Dr. Axe is a co-author of Science and Human Origins, a new book from Discovery Institute Press that boldly addresses some of the most popular evolutionary agruments pertaining to controversial claims that humans and apes are related through common ancestry.

Visit the Science and Human Origins website to download a free sample chapter of the book.

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