Fossil Friday: The Abrupt Origin of Winged Insects
According to Darwinism, the evolution of such a system would have required a plethora of intermediate stages that brought this locomotory apparatus into being.
Fossil Friday: A Strange Dragonfly Larva
In a monograph in 2007, I suggested that these larvae may not be genuine dragonflies of the suborder Anisoptera.
Dragonflies Make the Most of a Tiny Brain
For an animal whose brain is the size of a pinhead, one would think its capabilities would be hopelessly limited. Not so.
Insect Evolution: Another Illustration of How Darwinism “Explains Away”
Dr. Günter Bechly notes three contradictions at odds with Darwinian gradualism.
Evolution by Blind Guidance Is Really Just Unguided Evolution
As a theistic evolutionist, Hans Vodder thinks God may well have used Darwinian evolution to create the full diversity of life.