RNA genes have many functions but a large proportion entail gene regulation-related functions that fall within the category of epigenetics.
Despite Mr. Farina’s smug condescension and patronizing demeanor, he fails to mount a credible critique of Dr. Behe’s thesis.
Functionality for junk DNA is prevalent, and was successfully predicted by intelligent design.
There’s more function in the “junk” than imagined. Caltech finds a significant role: maintaining territories and compartments, and guiding components.
In the past, one of the most common rebuttals to ID was, “If life was designed, then why is over 90 percent of the genome composed of junk DNA?”