If the reigning materialist paradigm had even a tolerably convincing weight of evidence behind it, I would be the first to accept it.
Computer scientist Winston Ewert applied the concept of “common design” to propose a “dependency graph” model of organismal relationships.
Perhaps the biggest evolutionary development in the course of the experiment involved some bacteria beginning to feed on citric acid.
This year a new article by Silvestro et al. (2021), “Fossil data support a pre-Cretaceous origin of flowering plants,” was published.
The interpretation of the results as showing “latent” genetic capabilities has teleological overtones that are compatible with intelligent design.