In his book Darwin’s Doubt, Stephen Meyer considers the nature of animals and what is required to build an animal.
Methylation of key development genes represses their expression, and with it eye development, in this venerable icon of evolution.
It includes a comprehensive scientific critique of Darwinian evolution, three chapters arguing against common descent, and four chapters about human origins.
It is an enormous problem to explain how such capabilities evolved.
Isn’t DNA the one and only “secret of life”? Neo-Darwinism, a gene-obsessed doctrine, needs it to be.