One or two examples are interesting. But where the argument gains dramatic force is in the accumulation of many examples.
For thousands of years, the design of life was acknowledged by scientists and non-scientists, philosophers and physicians, religious and non-religious.
Richard Dawkins predicted that “a large fraction” of our genomes has no function, because, “The true ‘purpose’ of DNA is to survive, no more and no less.”
These bugs could point the way to a treatment for cancerous tumors, thanks to their natural ability to maneuver by sensing the Earth’s magnetic field.
Learn all about these heroes of the microscopic world — and how they provide compelling evidence for intelligent design.