4. Evolution and Environmental Challenges

4.0 Introduction

There is no discussion about the reality of the evolutive process but no theory explains the totality of the accumulated observations adding up to this process. The emergence of bacteria from viruses, the appearance of eukaryotic cells from bacteria, the appearance of chordates from coelenterates remain unexplained on the currently proposed theories of evolution. The same holds for the evolvement of birds’ wings and feathers from dinosaurian forelegs and scales, for the apparition of radar-directed bats from mice and for the evolvement of pentadactyl hands and feet from the fins of fishes.

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