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Bats are born knowing how to measure speed in time, not distance

Most interesting. But what does the professor mean when he says, "we hypothesize that an evolutionary 'choice' was made to be born with this knowledge in order to save time during the sensitive development period." So evolution is a designer that makes choices? But, as Michael Behe would ask, “How, exactly?” He can’t walk away from the problem just by putting “choice” in quotation marks. Read More ›

Moths evade bats using acoustic camouflage on their wings

As before, those who want to attribute these staggeringly complex arms races to natural selection acting on random mutations (Darwinism) are facing a huge probability gap. The processes of nature can’t be both wholly blind and highly intelligent, given time limits. Read More ›