Sixty years ago, philosopher of science Thomas Kuhn listed what he described as the “symptoms” of a research field undergoing destabilizing change.
Universal functional requirements, but without the identity of material components — sounds like design.
Evolutionists have all the evidence they need in genes and morphology to draw the one true tree of life. Or do they?
Darwinian evolution predicts a gradually branching tree of living forms, with one form shading into another over long periods of evolution.
Common ancestry does not emerge from the inconsistent findings of molecular phylogenetics.