Teenage Adaptive Ninja Turtle
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:rotfl:Guess what, seems real scientists are always working for real answers rather than throwing thier hands in the air and saying "I don't know so God did it"
Very interestingly it points out...
The findings "challenge a broadly-held popular view of lepidopteran metamorphosis: that the caterpillar is essentially broken down entirely, and its components reorganized into a butterfly or moth," wrote the researchers.
noooOOoooOOoo don't tell me people are actually discovering new things all the time when the answers were supposed to be in Genesis
Wow research from March 05, 2008 rather than 1st Jan - 6000BC
I don't think anybody is asserting that each butterfly organises itself from a random mixture of mushed up caterpillar. I'm sure the process is very directed and ordered. The question is how did such a process arise with the help of only mutation and selection?