Not all patterns eliminate chance in the presence of improbability. Take an arrow shot at a target.
Briefly, the design inference (the method rather than the book) identifies two features as essential for eliminating chance: improbability and specification.
If there’s one thing that Rosenhouse does well in this book, it is to misrepresent intelligent design and its use of mathematics.
Darwinist mathematician Jason Rosenhouse uses the analogy of a coin toss to defend the Darwinian explanation.
Darwin was not at all unsure about the value of his orchid book. He viewed it as presenting the most convincing case for natural selection that he could make.