Epigenetic mechanisms are ubiquitous in biology. Because of epigenetics, organisms with otherwise identical genes (e.g., twins) can be quite different.
The formula goes like this: 1. Evolution is true. 2. Here’s how it must have happened. 3. Look, yet more proof of evolution.
What is evolution? In other words, what is core to the theory — and not forfeitable? It’s naturalism. Period.
To summarize, the authors use a terrible design hypothesis, and make ever-escalating claims of certainty from two weak observations.
Consider a box with an internal divider such that the box is divided into two separate compartments, A and B.