It predicts that junk DNA is not really junk.<quoted text>
What value would ID have and what predictions would it make?
It was right. Darwinists were wrong. As indicated below:
Skeptic Magazine, 2006; Michael Shermer:
"We have to wonder why the Intelligent Designer added to our genome junk DNA, repeated copies of useless DNA, orphan genes, gene fragments, tandem repeats, and pseudogenes, none of which are involved directly in the making of a human being. In fact, of the entire human genome, it appears that only a tiny percentage is actively involved in useful protein production. Rather than being intelligently designed, the human genome looks more and more like a mosaic of mutations, fragment copies, borrowed sequences, and discarded strings of DNA that were jerry-built over millions of years of evolution." (Why Darwin Matters, pp. 7475)