“This motor is just now coming to light two decades after the discovery of the rotary mechanism of the bacterial flagellum and ATP synthase. It makes you wonder how many other “novel” systems remain to be discovered in the simplest of living organisms.”

http://www.evolutionnews.org/2015/01/a_third_rotary093141.html
The accompanying video is about one hour. You can find it in two half-hour parts on YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioA1yuIA-t8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cJ6k5R5RjU
I’ve listened to the first few minutes. Howard Berg of Harvard brings in a lot of fascinating historical detail.  Microscopic E. Coli, some with multiple flagella have precision rotary motors.  Complex motors in highly organized clusters abound by the billions in our bodies.
Dr. Berg accepts evolution, as do many academics.  But listen to his fascinating discussion of bacteria, and ask yourself why any intelligent human being would after conceding, as Dr. Berg does, the brilliance of these life forms, embedded within our own vastly more complex bodies, why or how any thoughtful scholar would ever call any life form – SIMPLE?

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