BTW, nice dodge, but it doesn't answer the question I asked:
"And how would they go about doing that? How do you disprove the existence/influence of a supernatural force? Tell me what scientists could show that would disprove ID."
Which was in response to your statement:
Scientists should be busy trying to disproving ID rather than aborting the thought of it. Yet they are not scientists enough to do what they advocate to do, to let science itself decide.
Can you answer the question, or not?
What could scientists do that would disprove the theory of evolution? Not all scientific theories are falsifiable. That is why falsifiability is no longer a demarcation criterion in the philosophy of science.
They would use the same criteria that you would use to prove that others beside yourself don't have minds but instead are just pre-programmed robots.