Biologist Richard Sternberg explains how the whale-evolution sequence is more “artistic license” than demonstrable fact.
Nowhere do these scientists explain how bacteria invented magnetotaxis and encoded it into their genes.
Intelligent design predicts that organisms will be equipped with complex systems that can take advantage of environmental cues and respond with precision.
New clues to the prevalence of magnetotactic bacteria suggest that diverse animals may employ microbes for help with long-distance navigation.
From sea turtles to the family dog, animals travel unerringly over long distances using geophysical cues. And it all evolved, independently, by chance! Believe that?