Could such a different neurology really evolve purely by natural selection acting on random mutations?
When animals give back more than they take, does that fit the model of selfishness that Darwinism promotes?
Even something as catastrophic as the eruption of Mount St. Helens was, in the end, a life-giving event.
If redwoods are a byword for great stature, grasshoppers represent the opposite. And what insect could be more common or familiar?
When Darwin proposed a new view of biology based on chance, he cheapened everything, including our most precious human values.