We know how to build a simple Ford Model T car. Now let’s build a factory inside this car, so that it can produce Model T cars automatically.
The argument for ID could not be clearer: Unintelligent forces cannot rearrange atoms into computers and airplanes and nuclear power plants and smartphones.
My book includes a chapter on quantum mechanics, called “The Supernatural Element in Nature.”
Extremely improbable events must be macroscopically (simply) describable to be forbidden.
All that is left is to add a factory to the Cornell device so it can produce for itself the molecubes that humans keep building and feeding them.