Statements in news articles suggest that some science writers, while aware of ID, don’t understand what is required for a Darwinian response.
The peacock spider was relatively unknown till Jurgen Otto began photographing them and posting videos of their elaborate, colorful dances.
Almost every phylum of life provides inspiration for engineers and inventors.
Olfactory receptors squeeze more data out of odor molecules than previously thought.
Researchers may not call it ID, but what else do you call admiration for natural engineering that inspires attempts to imitate it?