Like a skilled workman, the cell maintains “An array of tools, each one finely tuned.”
The laws of physics constrain what can happen, but not how it happens. Biological designs show expertise in the use of forces for function.
Cells have perfected action at a distance: not by magic, but by control of distant sites through carefully arranged functional intermediates.
Design with interdependent layers presents a challenge to neo-Darwinism. Natural selection is oblivious to anything but an immediate beneficial variation.
The claim that a spike in carbon isotope concentrations led to the explosion of biological diversity in the Cambrian doesn’t hold up, as if it would have helped, anyway.