Cell processes are quick and efficient. They can even solve geometry problems in the dark without eyes or brains.
Neo-Darwinians breathed a sigh of relief when in the 1930s they found a way to incorporate Mendel’s laws of heredity. Now, that relief is unraveling.
From an design perspective, there is no compelling reason to think that CRISPR gene editing will constitute an enhancement tool for building superior humans.
The primary ethical problems with CRISPR in humans so far have come from “germ line” genetic engineering.
This technology is still a long time from the potential for human application, but it presents issues we need to address now.