Squids are able to propel themselves out of the water in the same way they swim through the water — by filling their mantle up with water and then forcing it out at very high velocities and pressures. Once a squid has propelled itself above the water, it can contort itself into a rocket — its fins catching the air like wings, the tentacles curled up to create another flat surface in the rear.
So first it was cephalopod’s nervous system that contradicted the expected evolutionary pattern. Then it was their eye that gave yet another example of evolution’s complete failure and left evolutionists with only absurd epicycles to explain it.
Now it is the squid’s propulsion and aerodynamic systems. Yes we know, random mutations just happened to form the mantle, muscles and control systems to eject high pressure water. And other random mutations just happened to shape the fins to catch air like a wing. And yet more random mutations just happened to adjust the tentacles and muscles to enable another aerodynamic surface. And of course more random mutations just happened to give the squid the brains and nervous system to coordinate and control all this.
And how did this massive design serendipity just happen to come together? Evolutionists have no idea, but they are absolutely certain that it did. After all, evolution is a fact. Who needs Jon Stewart for entertainment?