If biologists had thought more like engineers, stumbling into the myth of “Junk DNA” might have been avoided.
William Dembski offers insightful analysis about how we could go about determining whether the virus was designed.
That there is a design to life is intuitive, but most of us, if challenged on it, would want to be able to defend our intuition persuasively.
What a peculiar thing to do. You invite someone for a “dialogue” and then, only once he’s left the building, do you start debating with him.
Combined with the evidence of information periodically infused into biology, the observation of a start to the universe goes beyond generic intelligent design.