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Birds of a Feather: Darwinian Evolution Stumped by Novel Features
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Publish-date-icon August 10, 2011
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On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin continues his review of Giberson and Collins' The Language of Science and Faith, citing recent advancements in developmental biology that overturn their assertion that feathers evolved from elongated scales. Although Giberson and Collins have claimed the evolution of the feather as a prime example of novel features arising by random mutation, more recent findings show how evolutionary biology is failing to provide an explanation for how this could occur. Does the pursuit of scientific evidence really lead to the idea that the unique and complex structure of the feather is merely an accidental byproduct of evolution?

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