At first glance the problem might seem far removed from the design detecting rules William Dembski laid out in his Cambridge University Press monograph.
Dembski says he stands by that work and his early contributions to intelligent design theory, but adds that he has learned a lot more in the intervening years.
When the pincer closes around a pattern, intelligent causation is uniquely implicated.
Mathematician turned philosopher Nancy Cartwright says no; reality is ultimately too complex for that.
So much in Rosenhouse’s book is careless, giving no indication that he has carefully studied and adequately comprehended my work or that of my colleagues.