alright, since you like picking random arguments from the Discovery Institute (who I pointed out don't actually do any real science, which you conveniently ignored) I will pick out some evidence I find particularly strong for evolution, and see how you explain that it isn't actually evidence for evolution. Then I want you to go a step further and say how this is actually evidence for ID.
How do you explain homologous structures like whale fins
"Examples of Homologous Structures
Many mammals have similar limb structures. The flipper of a whale
, the wing of a bat, and the leg of a cat are all very similar to the human arm. All of the mentioned species have a large upper arm bone (the humerus on the human) and the lower part of the limb is made up of two bones - a larger bone on one side (the radius in humans) and a smaller bone on the other side (the ulna in humans). All of the species also have a collection of smaller bones in the "wrist" area (these are called carpal bones in humans) that lead into the long "fingers" or phalanges.
Even though the bone structure in these limbs of the mammals are very similar, the function of the limb itself is very different. The homologous limbs can be used for flying, swimming, walking, or everything humans do with their arms. These functions evolved through natural selection as the common ancient ancestor underwent speciation to make all of the diversity we have on Earth today."
Whales have an arm and a hand inside their fin that they can't even use. They can't use that hand to grip something. They are mammals. They have lungs and breathe air, yet they live in the ocean. They have to frequently go to the surface for air because they do not have gills. What kind of intelligent design is this?
"What is a Homologous Structure?
Homologous structures are parts of the body that are similar in structure to other species' comparative parts. These similarities are evidence that life on Earth has a common ancient ancestor that the diverse species have evolved from over time. The common ancestry of the species can be seen in the structure and development of these homologous structures, even if their function is different.
The more closely the organisms are related, the more similar the homologous structures between organisms. Most examples of homologous structures revolve around the limbs of the species being compared. The bone structure within those limbs are similar between closely related species."
Here's an article on the evolution of the whale.
I went to answersingenesis (where you'll probably go) and there was a lot of rhetoric, like listening to a politician, but none of it could provide me with a satisfying answer as to why an intelligent creator would put an entire arm inside a fin. A fin that just flaps back and forth. Why would that creator not let the whale extract oxygen from the water with gills instead of having to come up for air frequently?
The fact that whales evolved from a land-dwelling mammal makes the most sense to me.
Baby wales or calves drink milk from their mothers and whales are warm blooded unlike most other aquatic species (but like land-dwelling mammals).
Whales are known to teach, learn, cooperate, scheme, and even grieve. The neocortex of many species of whale is home to elongated spindle neurons that, prior to 2007, were known only in hominids. In humans these cells are involved in social conduct, emotions, judgment, and theory of mind. Whale spindle neurons are found in areas of the brain that are homologous to where they are found in humans, suggesting that they perform a similar function."
This just screams evolution!! Does it not?