Although the case for intelligent design depends upon scientific evidence and methods of reasoning, it may well have larger theistic implications.
The multiverse concept posits the existence of many other universes, each with different sets of physical parameters.
Rational agents often detect the prior activity of other designing minds by the character of the effects they leave behind.
In 1953, when Watson and Crick elucidated the structure of the DNA molecule, they made a startling discovery.
Before Darwin, biologists attributed the beauty, integrated complexity, and adaptation of organisms to their environments to a powerful designing intelligence.