To summarize, the authors use a terrible design hypothesis, and make ever-escalating claims of certainty from two weak observations.
Lydia McGrew gives the analogy that there is always a possibility that prehistoric civilizations did not have the ability or desire to make arrowheads.
Suppose we want to know the odds that a particular individual won last week’s Mega Millions jackpot in the United States.
As of January 2020, Jonathan M. is now Dr. Jonathan McLatchie. He earned a PhD in evolutionary biology from the Biosciences Institute at Newcastle University.
I have come to think of evidence in Bayesian terms and this has in turn impacted the way I think about the biological arguments for ID.