It’s one of those occasions in biology (not rare) when the term “intelligent design,” despite other merits, falls flat as a description.
And just think, it all arose by chance, blind, mindless processes alone, didn’t it?
Considering Hamlet, the Aristotelian can appreciate both the physiology and the drama to which the mechanist is blind.
An image offered by Einstein, of the sublimely mysterious library, is sensitive and beautiful.
Early geneticists missed a lot when they looked at DNA only for its coding function.