Not long ago, biochemist Larry Moran responded to an ENV article by Casey Luskin.
Geneticists, in spite of their job title, never have to design genes. Actively doing nothing except critiquing is pretty easy.
Telelogy is data. And that should be repeated ten times before lunch, every day.
Many of us recall being asked by our parents, “If everyone were jumping off a bridge, would you do that too?”
Suppose each of the members of an orchestra were to compose and record a demo piece independently, and then the collection of 25 audiotapes were to be run concurrently.