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DEFENSE MECHANISMS IN NATURE

How could such an unusual habit evolve to reveal the warning colour pattern so perfectly? How did the insect know it was there, and could be menacing?

THINGS A FRUIT RANCHER’S BOY LEARNED (C. 1958)

Continued study of many organisms, especially in the fruit fly, indicates that most mutations are lethal.

NATURE’S COMPLEXITY AND GOD (C. 1958)

Man also should be very hesitant to try to improve Nature’s balances—he will find that his human intelligence is no match for that of Nature’s God.

[VIDEO] THE DANCE OF THE HONEY BEE …

Of all the methods of communication practiced perhaps the most celebrated and studied is carried out in the hive of the honey bee.

[VIDEO] OFFSHORE OIL RIG SAVES MIGRATING MONARCH BUTTERFLIES …

Watch the three minute video of the Monarch butterfly’s rest on an oil rig during its annual trek to Mexico!

EVOLUTION AND THE BEE

Since not even humans with supercomputers could develop these clever algorithms, they must have been purposefully programmed into the insects by an intelligent programmer. Nature by itself could never put together such intricate programs. Even if it could, where would it obtain the power needed to insert them into the exact animals that require them?