Jules Poirier lectures in British Columbia
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Sun Sep 17 11:50:39 EDT 2000
In article <8q17he$45q$1 at nnrp1.deja.com>, <jarofclay at my-deja.com> wrote:
>by Jules H. Poirier:
>>Two polar-opposite views are put forward to explain the order in the
>>universe: the "chance" theory and the "design" theory of creation.
Evolution is the design theory; design processes go through much the same
sort of evolutionary changes as biological evolution proposes.
Special creation is the chance theory. Like chance, it is completely
>14.Describe one insect that was transitional between a non-flying
>insect and a flying insect.
Here are two:
_Testajapyx thomasi_. It is described in Kukalova-Peck, 1986,
Can. J. Zool. 65: 2327-2345.
_Taeniopteryx burksi_. You can read about it in Marden, Feb. 1995,
"Flying lessons from a flightless insect," Natural History, 4-8.
>and I'll add a follow-up:
>From what creatures did butterflies evolve?
Probably something a lot like a trichopteran.
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