Life and the cosmos were evidently designed by a mind with the ability to look forward, toward the future, and anticipate problems which could then be addressed before they come up.
Intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) are common in cells. Can a disordered protein regulate a molecular motor?
Dr. Eberlin cites the quip that “evolution hopes you don’t know chemistry.” But intelligent design hopes you do!
“To get A we need B, but to get B we first need A. To get both together, we need foresight — an engineer capable of planning for the future.”
Three separate posters for the conference on ID had to be prepared, as it was chased from university to university.