Re: [asa] Reverse Engineering and ID (was Re: Peer review)

From: Murray Hogg <>
Date: Sun Oct 18 2009 - 16:36:22 EDT

The argument wasn't that features of the Mustang all came out of left-field without rhyme or reason.

It was that those features not constrained by the design brief may have been otherwise.


Dehler, Bernie wrote:
> "That Ford's design department, at the end of the day, settled on a particular combination of these had NOTHING to do with purposeful selection and everything to do with "random" selection."
> I disagree. It was all intelligently designed. There was nothing 'random' about it. It was a sort of natural selection, looking for the most appealing. They may even have had consumer focus groups involved in giving feedback.
> And intelligent design is a part of evolution, as humans now are directing evolution with genetically modified crops and gene therapy in humans.

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