For one thing, the Darwinian has nothing to learn from nature. Take the case of de novo genes (genes that appear with no apparent ancestors):
Once they show some function, natural selection is fully capable of amplifying them into genes from scratch. Assistant professor of computational systems biology Anne-Ruxanda Carvunis has no problem with declaring the problem solved. Evolution is a fact, remember? It’s the Darwin skeptics’ fault if they can’t see the logic.
“Order seems like something that’s hard to achieve, but our results go completely opposite to that. We found that simple order is rampant everywhere in the genome. The propensity to make simple shapes that are stable is already there, waiting to be exposed. De novo gene birth is thus becoming less and less mysterious as we better understand molecular innovation.”
Perhaps a refresher on the difference between order and complexity would help.“Researchers: It Exists; Therefore, It Evolved” at Evolution News and Science Today
No, sadly. A primer on order vs. complexity (a computer vs. a pile of leaves) wouldn’t help.
In the system Carvunis inhabits, the only important purpose is the protection of the ideology. If something happened, Darwinism did it, period.
Never mind that the genes have no apparent ancestors. Universal common ancestry, the supposed bedrock of the system, is not as important as simple, unquestioning obedience to the current pronouncements of the ideologues.
Glad we cleared that up.
See also: Yes, Genes From Nowhere ARE An “Evolutionary Problem.”