Evolution is the idea that the nature of a species can change irreversibly (evolve) over time – a fact which can be directly observed over human timescales, especially in lower life-forms such as bacteria.
We probabaly need to check our terms here. Does evolution include speciation, or is that a separate concept? Has speciation been observed in human timescales? Does any form of anti-Darwinism actually claim that there isn't evolutionary change within a species over time? -W.
- Conservapedia: redirects to Theory of Evolution; see evolution by natural selection
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- see also Scientific knowledge contradicted by young Earth theories
- Extinction happens: dodo, auroch, passenger pigeon
- Experimental evolution:
- HTML PDF "The Evolution of Communication within Robot Societies", Dario Floreano, Sara Mitri, Stephane Magnenat, Laurent Keller, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne. (HTML version does not show figures properly.)
- genetic algorithms