From an design perspective, there is no compelling reason to think that CRISPR gene editing will constitute an enhancement tool for building superior humans.
“I’ve done the research. I have the facts.” Thus said two people to me on successive days over the weekend, in almost identical words.
Some ideologies (such as Darwinism) wrap themselves in the mantle of science even though they lack — or are inconsistent with — the evidence.
The primary ethical problems with CRISPR in humans so far have come from “germ line” genetic engineering.
William Dembski offers insightful analysis about how we could go about determining whether the virus was designed.