"We are beginning to understand how body plans are put together."
1. Yes, due to the FACT that evolutionists can't even figure out the specific genetic steps that would create novel or more complex traits, it's obvious that you are just "beginning to understand."
2. If and when you actually "understand" evolution and prove that it can and did create novel and more complex traits, you can then present it and teach it as fact.
In regard to your comment:
"You aren't comfortable with evolution and deny it. It is not surprising that you would take a similar tack on evo/devo."
Of course, I'm not "comfortable" with evolution. It's nothing but psuedoscience that has produced a false presupposition that has been and is a menace to scientific progress.
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"1. The definition of science is "a branch of knowledge or study dealing with a body of facts or truths systematically arranged and showing the operation of general laws."
Because evolution has no body of facts or truths supporting it, there is no such thing as the 'science of evo/devo.'"
Evolution does have a body of facts that support it. Beyond that, evo/devo is breaking open many problems that traditional evolutionary studies couldn't crack using traditional methods. Results are what make a science productive, and evo/devo has been providing good results. We are beginning to understand how body plans are put together. You aren't comfortable with evolution and deny it. It is not surprising that you would take a similar tack on evo/devo.