So they predicted that there are things that we don’t know and offered no clue as to what they were?...
That’s a brilliant prediction.
Sounds to me as though they predicted that the things we don't know are just as important as the things we think we do know.
That it is foolish, in fact dangerous, to ignore them.
And that it is disingenuous to ignore them because the prevailing bias has relegated them to 'junk'.
It might not be brilliant, but it certainly is appropriate.
No, they predict that most of what the Darwinists call “junk DNA” will later turn out to be functional DNA. It’s a solid prediction that flies in the face of Darwinist expectations, and science is starting to confirm the the same.
Evolutionists had assumed that "unused" DNA was "junk" DNA, the useless leftover byproduct resulting from a long process of macroevolution.
As it turn out, it wasn't useless at all, it is still being used, and as such, tends to indicate Intelligent Design.
Additionally, because ID predicted this, at lease one of the criticisms that had been levied against ID is now knocked down, for evolutionists had said that ID would not be able to make any testable predictions.
Once more, science tends to confirm theology. Let's get used to it, because we'll be seeing a lot more of it in the future.