Darwinists have always hidden behind the complexities of biological systems. As always, they assume no burden of proof.
If there’s one thing that Rosenhouse does well in this book, it is to misrepresent intelligent design and its use of mathematics.
In previous posts, I’ve covered how neo-Darwinism can make biological redundancy more confusing than it should be.
The take-home lesson is that evolution, on its best day, is an embarrassingly anemic process.
The ability to look ahead and foresee is no small matter, and even human beings can have trouble with it — as witness the supply chain problem.