These results provide evidence for the transgenerational inheritance of an acquired trait, induced by the exposure of animals to a specific, biologically relevant physiological challenge.
This is of course reminiscent of the pre Darwin theory proposed by Jean Baptiste Larmarck that evolution occurs via traits developing not via random change but in response to need, and then the passing of these traits to later generations. Evolutionists harshly criticized, ridiculed and blackballed Larmarckism in the last century but now even they are finding it difficult to deny the accumulation of evidence.
As usual, evolution will simply evolve to accommodate the contradictory findings. Before they said it was false, now they say evolution did it. Somehow, evolution created the molecular mechanisms not only to respond to viruses, resulting in new traits at the cellular level, but the ability to pass these new traits on to later generations. What was once denied by evolutionists is now yet another feature that evolution somehow created.
Religion drives science, and it matters.