It’s always refreshing to find a journalist who has thought through the scientific issues related to intelligent design for himself.
Many of the oft-cited examples of evolution in action involve devolution.
When one wants to modify an enzyme for a new function, as Matti Leisola explains in his new book, there are two ways to go about it.
Ask evolutionists for a clear, unambiguous example of a new gain in function by chance at the genetic level. They will be hard pressed to show one.
As the authors rigorously show, producing anything of significant complexity requires that knowledge of the outcomes be programmed into the search routines.