Orphan genes — genes that are present in only one species, or a group of closely related species — are of particular interest to advocates of intelligent design.
In a previous article I described how scientific training can condition some scientists’ minds to resist the evidence in nature for intelligent design.
A little-known fact about intelligent design is that the majority of it scientists already perform their work alongside colleagues with differing views.
With his own sly humor, Dr. Wells points out some scientific problems with regarding Darwin’s Tree as unassailable fact.
Discovery Institute philosopher of biology Paul Nelson is a great explainer.