A man from a primitive culture who sees an automobile might guess that it was powered by the wind or by an antelope hidden under the car, but when he opens up the hood and sees the engine he immediately realizes that it was designed.
It is a shock to us in the twentieth century to discover, from observations science has made, that the fundamental mechanisms of life cannot be ascribed to natural selection, and therefore were designed. But we must deal with our shock as best we can and go on.
It is often said that science must avoid any conclusions which smack of the supernatural.
It was a shock to people of the nineteenth century when they discovered, from observations science had made, that many features of the biological world could be ascribed to the elegant principle of natural selection.
Science is not a game in which arbitrary rules are used to decide what explanations are to be permitted.
The point here is that physics followed the data where it seemed to lead, even though some thought the model gave aid and comfort to religion.
The theory of undirected evolution is already dead, but the work of science continues.
We are not inferring design to account for a black box, but to account for an open box.