Purported examples of poor design usually represent opinions resulting from armchair critics’ limited understanding of the technical literature.
The argument about whales turns on two points: “Population genetics calculations say no,” and “New fossil find throws the series into disarray.”
A substantive argument is a lovely thing to behold, to watch or to listen to, even if punctuated (in Myers’s case) by the usual grumpy insults.
The origin of whales has remained a sore point for evolutionists, on which they’ve tried to perform a miraculous transformation.
The lighthearted animation from Discovery Institute topples a Darwinist icon.