@ Dr. Heinz Lycklama
Are Little Jumps Possible?
Cilia or flagella, missing any single part will not bend, they
Parts having functions enhancing fitness independent of a role
in locomotion, after developing some functionality, could
evolve via random change and natural selection
Microtubuals are an important part of the cytoskeleton of all
eukaryotic cells, thus they could evolve independently
No other protein components of cilia and flagella have known
functions independent of their role in movement
Thus, all proteins, other than tubulin in microtubuals, would
have to spontaneously come into existence simultaneously if
they were to increase fitness and be selected.
That seems like a big jump!