An associate emailed him the following:
I was amazed at how readily you demolished the decades of work by Robert Hazen by merely showing how it is all faith, and how software technicians, like yourself, have been "measuring complexity for 30 years."
I was wondering then if you can tell me how to measure the complexity of, say, a dogfish?
Pogge's response - remember, this is the response of a fellow with dozens of essays attacking the 'hoax' of evolution, who presents himself as an expert on complexity and information theory:
Engineers have a method for measuring complexity. It may not be perfect, but it is reasonable and rational.
As far as I know, biologists don't have any way of measuring complexity (other than, "Gee, this looks more complex than that.").
One will note that he does not even attempt a reasoned resply.
If you take the time to actually read some of his essays - or better yet, read some of the exposes of his crap that are on here - you will see why he did not answer the question.
Oh well - back on hiatus....