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The article “Intelligent Design Has Scientific Merit in Paleontology” by the Discovery Institute argues that intelligent design’s scientific merit is supported by findings in paleontology. Intelligent design can be inferred from the fossil timeline through large and sudden appearances of complex and specified genetic information in a species’ DNA. Genetic change and development often does not occur gradually, as Darwinian Evolution would suggest, but occurs in short “bursts.” The fossils on the resulting end of the burst show more genetic complexity than what would normally develop in that relatively short time period, so the evidence suggests that there is a force guiding the outcome of the genetic pool.
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