The human knee is still well ahead of what even the most advanced human engineers have managed.
The phenomenon of convergent evolution suggests that natural selection fits better with the analogy of the engineer than it does the tinkerer.
Remarkably, even Ernst Mayr was forced to tacitly acknowledge the challenge to Darwinism posed by convergence.
Darwinists have called it one of “nature’s worst designs,” “obviously a ridiculous detour,” asserting that “no engineer would ever make a mistake like that.”
Dr. Howard Glicksman goes beyond a discussion of irreducible complexity to something he calls “natural survival capacity.”