Richard Dawkins admitted that information inside of DNA, and the origin of life on earth, might point to intelligent designers, perhaps extraterrestrials.
(See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoncJBrrdQ8 )
Richard Dawkins further admitted, in a debate with Francis Collins for TIME Magazine, that science might point to a Creator existing, but that this Creator might not be anything like Yahweh:
TIME: "Could the answer be God?"
DAWKINS: "There could be something incredibly grand and incomprehensible and beyond our present understanding."
COLLINS: "That's God."
DAWKINS: "Yes. But it could be any of a billion Gods. It could be God of the Martians or of the inhabitants of Alpha Centauri. The chance of its being a particular God, Yahweh, the God of Jesus, is vanishingly small--at the least, the onus is on you to demonstrate why you think that's the case."
Richard Dawkins on Morality without God (from 1995):
"The universe... there is, at bottom, no design, no purpose, no evil and no good, nothing but blind, pitiless indifference."