Natures Wonders (Introduction)

by George Jelliss ⌂ @, St Leonards on Sea, Sunday, October 30, 2011, 10:21 (2699 days ago) @ David Turell

All these example of Nature's Wonders are excellent proofs of evolution.

DT: "I can't think of the itty-bitty Darwin steps to have the bird develop this solution." This is the argument from lack of imagination.

DT: "I thought evolution developed toward advantageous results?" DT knows very well that this is not true; evolution develops towards things that work, but not necessarily in the most advantageous way that a human engineer might design.

DT: "And folks tell me there is no evidence for design." There is plenty of evidence for design, just not by a supernatural designer.

DT: "Only epigenetic mechanisms could do this, not Darwin's hunt and peck of chance mutation and natural selection:" Understanding of evolutionary processes has moved on since Darwin wrote 150 years ago, just as physics has moved on since Newton.


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