Design motifs such as four-bar linkages and control systems must meet exacting requirements whether implemented in a space shuttle or a fish.
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.
According to Erika DeBenedictis, “one of the big limitations of biology are the basic building blocks themselves.”
Proponents of intelligent design would agree that biology is imperfect and biomedicine should be encouraged to cure diseases and fix problems.
I won’t recap the splendid work Emily Reeves has already done here in dissecting the TEDx talk from a scientific angle.