". . . But more than half were not found in other creatures which suggests they may not be that important in people, either, said Ewan Birney of the European Bioinformatics Institute in Cambridge, England, a coordinator of the Encode effort."
Imagine that. DNA that is under neutral selection tends to mutate freely.
Well, I did provide the source, and the article in question has been posted here recently in another thread. Excuse my for assuming certain things....it won't happen again.
The reason I posted that particular quote is because it seems to be in line with the terms laid out in Ichneumon's post....and although the term prediction wasn't used, I would think that "expectations" would be a distinction without a difference when used in context with a scientific theory. I assumed the point I was making was obvious, and I'm a little disappointed that you didn't comment on, or address that, in any way.