Rare orchids featuring pictures and figures
|April 10, 2014||Posted by News under Intelligent Design, Natural selection, News|
We officially disapprove of the the first one. 😉
Assuming the natural images are not doctored: The usual Darwinesque explanation is that natural selection acting on random mutation causes them to slowly assume this form because even five percent of it would scare off a predator. Really? Would anyone but a human recognize some of these forms or assess their significance? That is, has anyone studied that question for each of them in depth? Or is it just more schoolbook Darwinism?
Or… if it is just random noise in which a human happens to see significance, what are the probabilities? If they are not computable, why not? If it is true that most species in the world are still undiscovered, chances are we will be seeing more examples.
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