Scott confidently asserts that because of mutations the beta-globin pseudogene “isn’t going to do diddly. It’s just going to sit there.”
Even Charles Darwin, after publishing his theory of evolution, privately admitted “The eye to this day gives me a cold shudder.”
This punctuated, even saltational increase in hominid skull sizes over time continues to be recognized in the literature.
There often seems to be a subtext to her remarks, as if she were telling her audience: “Go forth and persecute.”
Many people I know in the ID community are strongly interested in rethinking mutation, understanding it as a designed or regulated process.