Targeted Changes and Engineered Adaptability

Last month, we looked at "Purposeful Changes and Engineered Adaptability". Now we're going to see some additional development of the subject.

Those advocating fish-to-fool evolution interpret data based on their presuppositions. Fine, we all do that. When they commence to forcing the data to fit the narrative and ignoring or downplaying facts that are none to friendly to their worldview, they are being unscientific and doing some indoctrination.

Evidence supports the targeted adaptation engineering model proposed by creationists.
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Darwinists get on the prod when creationists point out that their belief in many lucky accidents caused by external stimuli is not supported by evidence. Instead, organisms are engineered to adapt — the ability to change was built in, and it is very specific. There are many examples of adaptations that are baffling to evolutionary paradigms, including blind cave fish, stick spiders, beetles, certain reptiles, and so on. A creationary continuous environmental tracking (CET) framework fits the data and explains the Master Engineer's work.
If we observe what organisms actually do and achieve, it appears they continuously track environmental changes and self-adjust with suitable, often epigenetically heritable traits or behaviors that result in adaptation to the new environment. When we use the CET framework to interpret observations on the organism-environment interface, the data indicate that adaptive capacity resides solely within organisms. And adaptation often happens through highly regulated systems with elements that correspond to human-engineered tracking systems.
To read the entire article, click on "Engineered Adaptability: Adaptive Solutions Are Targeted, Not Trial-and-Error".