“We have now sunk to a depth at which the restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men” (George Orwell).
Design is obvious.
I wouldn't want to let ol' George down, so I thought I would follow suit:
Controlled demolition of the following is obvious:
If you have an ipad, you probably need to go to this link to see it.
UPDATE: In the comment section at Barry's post, Alan Fox provided the context for the Orwell quotation:
Here is the quote in context, taken from “The Road to Wigan Pier”, written in 1937
If there are certain pages of Mr Bertrand Russell’s book, Power, which seem rather empty, that is merely to say that we have now sunk to a depth at which the restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men. It is not merely that at present the rule of naked force obtains almost everywhere. Probably that has always been the case. Where this age differs from those immediately preceding it is that a liberal intelligentsia is lacking. Bully-worship, under various disguises, has become a universal religion, and such truisms as that a machine-gun is still a machine-gun even when a “good” man is squeezing the trigger — and that in effect is what Mr Russell is saying — have turned into heresies which it is actually becoming dangerous to utter.
“The Road to Wigan Pier” describes Orwell’s research into working-class conditions in the Midlands and North of England during the depression and is an argument for genuine socialism.