Around 1970 Michael Denton was a young researcher at Kings College London, thinking about how mammalian red blood cells could become anucleate.
The unique powers of cells — their “demonic catalytic powers” — and their fitness to play their unique role as the building blocks of all life are a wonder.
Surely there could not be an equivalent ensemble of fitness in nature for some other type of life.
This is intelligent design that sweeps the planet, covering not biology alone, but chemistry, geology, and physics.
Intellectual discovery is often a matter of rediscovery: reviving insights that were available before but overlooked, forgotten, or neglected.