Often a given biological system dramatically limits the search space of possible mutations in useful ways.
Recent sensational headlines give astute readers occasion to contrast valid scientific inferences from leaps of faith based on worldview assumptions.
If biologists had thought more like engineers, stumbling into the myth of “Junk DNA” might have been avoided.
William Dembski and Robert J. Marks developed the concept of active information to measure the extent to which a search function appears pre-programmed to find some target.
The human eye is for seeing, whether or not it has any effect on genetics. However, this common-sense view has a problem.