Joined: Oct. 2012
My first reaction was they certainly deserve to be the 2009 winner of the National Institutes of Health Director's Pioneer Award, for study the molecular intelligence GUESS mechanism that so little is known about yet is so vital to the theory.
I currently use hypermutation as a similar example of that happening. But that's another stress related mechanism the theory predicts. Knowing how most of that works, would make it relatively easy to model e.Coli molecular intelligence. Without it, I'm best to put effort into perfecting an insect brain based multicellular level Intelligent Design Lab, where the higher order Left/Right and Forward/Reverse is all that needs to be guessed/controlled. Plenty of experimental evidence even the probing of a cockroach brain central complex to see the signal(s) in the Central Control of Insect Locomotion video. Molecular intelligence of an insect is more complicated than its multicellular intelligence.
I started where it's most easy to model. But hope to in time need an even bigger challenge, that needs all these researchers have on the mechanism they are studying. So make sure they stay busy on it!
The theory of intelligent design holds that certain features of the universe and of living things are best explained by an intelligent cause, not an undirected process such as natural selection.