Intelligent Design says that somethings are best explained as the result of an intelligent cause (which could or could not be what people term God) instead of the result of natural selection. Like someone discovering an ancient civilization and looking at the building structures and saying that they were intelligently designed rather than simply natural formations. If no fossils are ever found linking different species then an intelligent cause would have to be the inevitible conclusion or a very great possibility. Otherwise you would have to conclude that some how 100 million DNA bases just changed in a few mutations.... The actual supporters of ID don't support Intelligent Design being taught in schools because it would become political and hinder a fair and open discussion of if its really true or not, appearing only to be a religious idea... So whats wrong with Intelligent Design in biology? What makes it false?