The defection from Darwinism of atheist philosopher Thomas Nagel, joined with his respectful evaluation of arguments for intelligent design, was huge news this year.
Nagel offers no concrete proposal of what a teleological process capable of originating biological complexity might look like.
About a decade ago I would muse on what it might take for intelligent design to win the day.
On a bright December day in 1994 in Green Valley, Arizona, the term “design inference” hit me.
Conservation of information is not a difficult concept and once it is understood, it becomes clear that evolutionary processes cannot create the information required to power biological evolution.