The dear old Centre for Intelligent Design creationism are misrepresenting science again (University finds brain’s complexity beyond belief). Of course Alastair Noble and colleagues don’t want any of those nasty scientists leaving comments, so as per usual there’s no commenting facility. As C4ID report,
They found that the brain’s complexity is beyond anything they’d imagined, almost to the point of being beyond belief, says Stephen Smith
At least C4ID don’t alter the “almost to the point”.
So, in essence, C4ID can’t understand how evolutionary and developmental biology can result in such complexity, so God a designer must have done it. They then go on to say:
Yet there are scientists who appear on our TV screens all the time to tell us that life just popped into existence when the right bunch of chemicals appeared, and that the genetic instructions required to construct the awesome human brain simply evolved by themselves with no guidance at all.
Which somewhat economical with the truth.