New Scientist Thinks Complexity Argues Against Intelligence
It's not easy being an evolutionist these days. You have to feel a pang of pity for the critics at New Scientist, who have resorted to a new argument against intelligent design:
The more complex things are, the more we see that there's no way intelligence could have created them.
That's right -- complexity is now an argument against intelligent design. From yesterday's print edition:
As Socrates knew, the really intelligent know the limits of their own ability, an idea we seem to be relearning. You might say supporters of intelligent design have it backwards: the more we observe the complex workings of our universe, the more we must conclude that no single intelligence could have created them.