Consider a scenario where there are three German Shepherds: a mother, her son, and a third that is a genetically engineered clone of the son.
If the paper is any indication, appearing as it does in a prominent journal, some of the suffocating constraints on ID advocacy may be coming off.
The problem is, none of these people cite papers or other writing by researchers on intelligent design, like the work done by Douglas Axe on protein evolution probabilities.
Here are illustrations from Washington State, and from Switzerland.
There is much to agree with in Yale University clinical neurologist Steven Novella’s recent article on the p-value.