A new peer-reviewed paper in the journal Complexity presents a computational model of evolution.
ID expects that we should find deeper and deeper layers of function in biology, which by the same token represents a big problem for Darwinian evolution.
The typical response from evolutionists is that perhaps ancient enzymes were different, and more readily mutable to acquire new functions.
Darwin observed that his theory “breaks down” when large leaps of complexity are needed in order to provide some advantage.
Molecular clocks are notoriously unreliable indicators of a lineage’s evolutionary age.