irreducible complexity

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irreducible complexity ‎(uncountable)

  1. (biology, pseudoscience) The proposition that the theory of evolution is false and natural selection is impossible to happen, because organs such as eyes and flagella would have to start existing in its current complex form and cannot have evolved from previous stages.