The metamorphosis of butterflies represents “the magic of reality,” in Richard Dawkins’s wonderful phrase, where actual, not made-up or fictional, biology is so astonishing that its power to move us never goes away.
The one in which Jonathan Wells and Paul Nelson meet with friendly, open-ended questions, curiosity, and meaningful exchanges.
If you accuse someone of quote-mining, you actually have to read the source that supposedly was mined, to understand the context.
Ontongenetic depth explained — and a challenge for PZ Myers.
The theory of evolution by natural selection does not explain the origin of animal form, because natural selection cannot account for origin de novo of the developmental stages required to construct (i.e., evolve) animals.