Here’s a revealing quote from Neil Greenspan about the evolution of complexity:
In fact, there is no evidence of any kind to indicate that the magnitude of a systemÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s complexity poses any sort of barrier to an origin through evolution, as opposed to an origin through design by an intelligent agent. (source)
Let me suggest that the reason Greenspan can find no evidence for the magnitude of complexity posing a barrier to its evolution is that evolutionists have never provided actual evidence for evolution producing biological complexity. Instead, they’ve only provided handwaving imaginative fairytales — what Franklin Harold and James Shapiro call “wishful speculations.” Since these are enough to settle evolution, how could there be evidence against?