You may have noticed a strange loop which arises spontaneously in many sectors of the intelligent design debate.
This lecture represents material I have presented for the past few years, under the heading of “evo-devo,” or “evolution and development.”
Fierce debates have occurred among intelligent design theorists — mostly behind the scenes — about the causal role of DNA.
The designer made the sexual organs of angiosperms, namely, flowers, to be the most spectacularly beautiful structures in biology.
The paper by Tompa and Rose casts a shadow for us, and we need to trace its outline and derive the theory behind the shadow.