Yes, that's because unlike ID, they produce data. But you use "ID claims," because ID hasn't established anything. So I don't see how pointing out that others use "established" or "shown" does anything but make my point for me.
In other words, you don't see:
"science has claimed" or "the science of neurophysiology has claimed" or "the archaeology of Roman Britain has claimed," even informally!
Eddie, you responded by vehemently pretending that I was criticizing something other than what you wrote. That's the antithesis of "ignoring" something.