When the pincer closes around a pattern, intelligent causation is uniquely implicated.
Not all patterns eliminate chance in the presence of improbability. Take an arrow shot at a target.
Rational agents often detect the prior activity of other designing minds by the character of the effects they leave behind.
The authors close by quoting Carl Sagan’s famous adage that “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” Do they offer that kind of evidence?
William Dembski accurately formalized a filter we use so often that we’re like fish in the sea.