On the subject of evolution, the scientific “consensus” depends on maintaining the our forgetfulness of Charles Darwin’s great partner, rival, and challenger.
The laws of physics constrain what can happen, but not how it happens. Biological designs show expertise in the use of forces for function.
Biologist Ray Bohlin and physician Howard Glicksman discuss the body’s wondrous control systems for using water.
The phenomenon of convergent evolution suggests that natural selection fits better with the analogy of the engineer than it does the tinkerer.
The unique fitness of nature for carbon-based life and intelligent beings of our biology is an empirical discovery.