Ian Juby, President of the international Mensa Creation group, recently picked up the January 2009 copy of Scientific American. SciAm called this one ‘The Evolution of Evolution’ and, as Ian Juby correctly points out, it should have more accurately been titled, ‘The Intelligent Design of Evolution.’ Of course, that might have been an insult to the concept of intelligence! Maybe we should ammend Mr. Juby’s suggestion to ‘The Sub-Intelligent Design of Evolution’ or just ‘The Imagineering of Evolution.’
In any case, he does a good job of dissecting the issue. I think one of the most surprising things he notes is that evolutionists are still using Vestigial Organs as alleged evidence for evolution, even though almost all so-called ‘vestigial’ organs have now been shown to have a previously unknown function. This is a classic argument from ignorance, Evo of the Gaps, if you will.