Metamorphosis gorgeously documents the beauty and mystery of butterflies. Are they the products of a blind, undirected process? Or were they intelligently designed?
Recently a single gene was found responsible for the red colors in one butterfly genus. Does this strengthen the case for convergent evolution, or any kind of evolution?
Ever wonder how butterflies flash brilliant colors from their wings? It’s not done with pigment. Instead, butterflies use a trick of light that sounds like something out of Star Trek: “photonic crystals.”
Darwinism, of course, has a hard enough time explaining the construction of a living machine. This is something much greater, posing a far harder challenge to materialist evolutionism.