Several news items reinforce ideas advanced by ID advocates regarding junk DNA, irreducible complexity, and human uniqueness.
Nelson offers a comparison from the world of dating. We’ve all seen it: the supposedly content pair where one partner is in fact clearly “looking around.”
It’s not every day that we see evolutionists arguing that we can falsify a species as an ancestor of another species simply because it appears in the wrong time range.
The next step will be for evolutionists to convert this spectacular failure into compelling evidence that evolution can produce DNA that is both (1) species-specific, and (2) functionally essential.
Our responses to the Muller two-step have been around for a long time; it would be nice if ID critics would recognize and perhaps answer them.