Whales are held up as a model of what unguided evolution can do in a short time: in this case, just 8 million years, or perhaps even half that.
Certainly, we find organisms that are “morphologically intermediate,” bearing resemblances to organisms that came before and others that came later.
Several prominent members of the ID movement presented talks at the conference, including Stephen Meyer, Ann Gauger, Michael Denton, and Brian Miller.
Professor Lenski’s contrasting of the frequency versus importance of evolutionary changes is misconceived and his illustrations are inapt.
I found their review utterly convincing — although probably not in the way the authors might hope.