Cicadas and dragonflies use an exquisitely engineered “bed of nails” on their wings to disarm and neutralize bacteria.
The ingenious inventions found in insects summon us to ask: How did these small organisms get them?
Living things are on the move everywhere. Why do some of them go to great lengths to migrate, while others stay put?
Günter Bechly describes what’s remarkable about this stunning fossil, and explains some problems dragonflies pose for Darwinism.
Whoa! I’m trying to remember the last time a Darwinist agreed that I “may have a point.” It’s a good day.