Posted: Jun 26, 2010 10:28 am
by CharlieM
You've missed the point. It's an excellent example of natural selection, a critical factor in evolution.

And the vast majority of ID supporters believe that natural selection happens, as in the case of the Peppered moths or Darwin's finches. Those traits or features which have some sort of selective advantage do well in the population. But they must be already present in the population in order to be chosen. This is more a conservative feedback mechanism than a creative form producing force. My argument lies in the attributes of the creative force not in the selection mechanism.