From crippled fruit flies we move to perhaps the most pervasive icon of them all, the peppered moth.
A very common way to try to discredit an argument is to exaggerate it, ignore distinctions an author makes, and/or change carefully qualified claims into bizarre absolutes.
A clever method of RNA editing may explain the role of introns embedded in genes, and points to even higher levels of programming.
Here are findings about Cambrian and Precambrian strata, and how evolutionists keep dodging the implications of rapid emergence of complex designs.
In a seemingly infinite hall of mirrors, monumental assertions are casually made and immediately followed by citations that simply do the same thing.