Right, Buck. "Thoroughly debunked". Please present the peer reviewed article that debunked it. <Bet ya can't...'cause it doesn't exist.><quoted text>
The clip linked to by Ken Miller has been thoroughly debunked on the flagellum.
The flagellum is irreducibly complex. What Miller proposed as the precursor to the flagellum - the Type III secretory system, has been shown to come as a descendant of the flagellum. The flagellum is a precursor to the TIII system, not vice-versa.
Even if Miller were correct, there remains the irreducible complexity problem for him, as the 40 genes (30 more than the T-3 system) necessary for the flagellum do not produce a selective advantage individually, and could not have occured by natural selection.
This has been shown in great detail by Scott Minnich, along with a host of other scientists.
As usual, all you are doing is parroting the Disco'tute, which has no credibility at all. They will lie trough their teeth, and often do.