Dr. Miller takes on a number of specific examples including the celebrated eyeless cavefish, which he “used to think was an absolute win for microevolution.”
Swedish scientist Arne Müntzing used two plant species to make a hybrid that underwent chromosome doubling to produce hempnettle, a member of the mint family.
When the drought ended and the rains returned, however, food was plentiful, and the average beak size returned to normal.
Some discriminators don’t get us very far in deciding which is the better explanation between blind evolution and intelligent design.
The announced title was something like “Big Evolution and Little Evolution: The History of the Difference.”