The argument about whales turns on two points: “Population genetics calculations say no,” and “New fossil find throws the series into disarray.”
Is there information actually in Saturn’s rings, or is that information produced by intelligent agents studying Saturn’s rings?
A substantive argument is a lovely thing to behold, to watch or to listen to, even if punctuated (in Myers’s case) by the usual grumpy insults.
The origin of whales has remained a sore point for evolutionists, on which they’ve tried to perform a miraculous transformation.
Researchers felt compelled to describe biological information using such phrases as “coding schemes,” “carries meaning,” “core program,” and “hierarchical rules (grammar).”