What are we to think of humble animals that make the semi-miraculous look routine?
If this is the best answer evolutionists can come up with, it’s game over for Darwinism.
News from Princeton discusses the work of Tom Smith and Bridgett vonHoldt, who have solved a “long-standing finch beak mystery.” The answer turned out to be Mendelian, not Darwinian.
Is it reasonable that two populations would independently hit on an adaptation by chance?
Don’t kick sand in the face of a wildebeest by joking that it looks like it was made by a committee. It might flex its muscles and charge.