This is an interesting stance, because ID would have us believe that the parameters of the universe DO determine whether something can evolve, and invoke fine tuning as an argument for Design. Dale was making a point about whether or not certain things can exist at all, but this also applies to what sorts of things might come into existence naturally - without some sort of intelligent intervention.
I object to the use of “code” as an argument in favor of Intelligent Design. We can encode random noise in binary (or quad-nary) form, but than doesn’t not imply random noise is intelligently designed. The “DNA is code” analogy doesn’t help us understand how DNA functions.