The coagulation cascade cannot evolve unless there is simultaneously a mechanism in hand for controlling it. Both would have to arise at the same time.
Scott confidently asserts that because of mutations the beta-globin pseudogene “isn’t going to do diddly. It’s just going to sit there.”
I appreciate that Dr. Falk and his colleagues at BioLogos would like to engage in a productive “dialogue” with proponents of intelligent design.
Some evolutionists are becoming bolder in their assertions that information can arise from stochastic processes without intelligence.
Explaining this sort of phenomenon by slight, successive modification, as Darwin envisaged, seems problematic.