Dickie D, and another fellow discuss evolution in this video. They start off talking about the eye, and state that it is not designed because it is poorly designed. In other words, they claim this falsifies ID. Which is interesting given that Darwinists state that ID is not science and not falsifiable. Then also interestingly, they claim that the octopus eye does not have these design flaws. But that’s okay, evolution can explain that too. Then, Dickie’s friend, I assume he’s an MD, tries to lay out how Darwinism informs medical decision making. I think they both probably think that those who would view things from an ID perspective would not conceptually consider the functions of medical symptoms. This is basically a teleological view of symptoms, which is not entailed by a Darwinian perspective, and certainly comports with an ID perspective.
Humorously, they continue to use the word Design throughout the video, and engage in the typical anthropomorphism of Darwinists when talking about natural selection.
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