Tag: sea turtles
Uncannily Organic: Navigation Is More than Genes
The capabilities of animals to know their positions and make corrections seem beyond the abilities of coded instructions or brain size.
Plastic-Eating Microbes — “Rapid Evolution” May Not Be Darwinian at All
Environmental scientists warn frequently that the world is drowning in plastic. Here is some unexpected good news.
Many “Miracles”: Navigation Arose Independently Across Diverse Animal Species
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?
Humans Are Not Evolving into Mermaids
Darwinists assert that humans are undergoing natural selection, too. Therefore, evolution is a fact.
Sea Turtles Swim Against the Darwin Current
Was there ever a more incongruous animal to imagine being a swimming champion?