Tag: convergent evolution
Newly Discovered Convergent Genetic Evolution Between Bird and Human Vocalization Poses a Severe Challenge to Common Ancestry
Everyone is familiar with the striking ability of certain birds (such as parrots) to vocalize speech, much as humans do.
Surprise, Surprise! Bioluminescent Organs in Different Squid Species Suggest Convergent Genetic Evolution
Once you admit common design into your explanatory toolkit, the prospect that similar genetic mechanisms would be used in different species isn’t “surprising” at all.
The Evolution Revolution: Physicist Lee Spetner Shows Why Convergence Challenges Neo-Darwinian Evolution
A new book provides some wonderful arguments that challenge common descent and neo-Darwinian explanations of evolution.
Another Example of Convergent Biochemical Evolution: Caffeine
Sounds like a candidate for explanation via common design to me.
Convergent Evolution Strikes Again: Orb-Weaver Spiders
Orb-weaver spiders are one of the most common types of spiders. They’re the ones you find in your garden, building those beautiful big circular webs.