An Argument from C. S. Lewis for Intelligent Design
According to Lewis, “universal evolutionism” has schooled us to think complicated functional things naturally arise from cruder and less complicated things.
Biology Helps Us Understand the Blessing of Grasses
Don’t walk on the grass, that “often undervalued” form of life, without looking down. It’s amazing down there.
Yes, Ants Think — Like Computers
Computer programmers have adapted some ant problem-solving methods to software programs (but without the need for complex chemical scents).
Are Birds Really Smarter than Reptiles?
Scientists clash over how to measure animal intelligence: brain volume, brain organization, numbers of neurons…?
Studies on Insect Wings Validate Engineering Models for Adaptation
The “long-winged” phenotype is generated if the environmental conditions deteriorate due to reduced food supply or overpopulation.