If biology isn’t designed, which is another way of saying “engineered,” wouldn’t this state of affairs be pretty counterintuitive?
Dr. Miller takes on a number of specific examples including the celebrated eyeless cavefish, which he “used to think was an absolute win for microevolution.”
When a stem cell divides, one daughter cell must maintain its stemness while the other specializes. Therein lies another truckload of requirements.
First, they turn evolution into an engineer. Personification is a common ploy by Darwinists.
Two evolutionists make a stunning admission: the human eye is not poorly engineered, after all.