If humans are just “robots made of meat,” then the seat of consciousness ought to be locatable somewhere in the brain.
Jerry Coyne, who punched down, canceled Eric Hedin, and never apologized, deplores what he calls the “denial-of-free-speech movement.”
Averick answers the who-designed-the-designer objection, and shows how questions about God and ID can’t be shoved aside as unimportant.
Design motifs such as four-bar linkages and control systems must meet exacting requirements whether implemented in a space shuttle or a fish.
The idea of setting a percentage to the chances of ID being true reminds me of Hedin’s fellow physicist, Nobel Prize-winner Brian Josephson.