The article is like a thermometer measuring a fever among evolutionists.
Long described as useless leftovers of evolution, pseudogenes are rising from the junk pile as functional entities.
The famed Brazilian chemist discusses the body’s surprisingly helpful (and sophisticated) system for flushing out the bad stuff.
I respect Coyne’s position, but, lacking his faith, I interpret this evidence more naturally as pointing to an ingenious mind.
A little-known fact about intelligent design is that the majority of it scientists already perform their work alongside colleagues with differing views.