Open almost any textbook dealing with biological evolution and you’ll probably find photographs of peppered moths resting on tree trunks — illustrating the classic story of natural selection in action. A friend of mine says those photographs are all he remembers about evolution from his undergraduate days. Before the mid-1800s, almost all peppered moths were light-colored, but during the industrial Read More ›
Click here to connect to the online debate/inquiry. Aruthur S. Lodge asks evolutionists and ID proponents whether peppered moths tend to rest on tree trunks or elsewhere.