An ancient question for the Creationists
As I understand it, the premise of Intelligent Design is that the ecosystem (or parts thereof) is too complex to be described adequately by the theory of evolution. Creationists therefore conclude that there must be a Creator. If the ecosystem is the result of intelligent design, then the intelligence responsible for that design must, ipso facto, be more complex than the design itself, or you would have something akin to the old "monkeys with typewriters" scenario. Since no explanation but creation is acceptable to Creationists regarding the state of the planet, and since the postulated Creator represents an even higher level of complexity,
Quis no nostri formator?
(Who made our maker?)