P1. Cosmologists discover a brand new planet and astronauts land on it for exploration purposes.
P2. On landing the astronauts come across a complex structure, with engines, rotors, pumps, and digital code.
C1: They draw the conclusion an intelligent designer is behind this complex structure.
1. Is their conclusion the best explanation for what they have found?
2. [Given that they are] . . . completely at a loss to answer any questions [about] . . . the nature of that intelligent designer [, is that failing] detrimental [to] . . . [the claim that] the intelligent designer IS the best explanation?
*argument quoted entire from Matthew Bell. Question 2, revised and updated 10 May 2013 by me.