Sixty years ago, philosopher of science Thomas Kuhn listed what he described as the “symptoms” of a research field undergoing destabilizing change.
On evolution and other subjects, this promotes a stale conservatism, well suited to defending orthodoxies.
A doctor, having found out that I did ID research, asked me if my research indicated something could evolve that I had thought could not, would I publish it?
Shapiro suggests that ID often amounts to a presenter highlighting an amazing feature in biology and then giving glory to God.
The study was able to directly measure mutations after they occurred in the plant but before mutations could have been affected by natural selection.