Dr. Miller takes on a number of specific examples including the celebrated eyeless cavefish, which he “used to think was an absolute win for microevolution.”
The genetic variation in any species is confined to a limited set of variables such as a finch beak’s thickness.
“The selection of one such possibility out of the combinatorically large number of possibilities is a process that requires information.”
An “engineering theory of evolution” might be one way of expressing what the ID proponents who participated in the CELS event were seeking.
In this workshop-like setting, a group of 60 biologists, engineers, medical practitioners, and researchers from related disciplines assembled for three days.