> One of the ways by which intelligent design theory can be tested is by
> way of following the patterns of sequence homologies of macromolecules
> that cannot be accommodated by the the monophyletic assumption of the
> comment descent hypothesis, but rather by a polyphyletic lineage with a
> common pattern (or "design"). Preliminary evidence has already indicated
> that the three distinct "urkingdoms" of Archea, Bacteria, and Eukarya have
> unique patterns within themselves such as rRNA, RNA polymerase, Cell
> Walls, Lipid compositions, and translational machineries. Current models
> of forcing these data into monophyletic interpretation are farfetched.
Ummm ... are there any empirical models we can use to
That's not merely facetious. That question needs to be asked a lot more
often whenever evolution is discussed and words like "inevitable" or
"improbable" (or their synonyms) are invoked.
> is hopefully that further analyses of existing sequence data and data to
> be collected will shed lights on the "common descent" vs "common design"