Birds and FlightAndy McIntosh
Andy McIntosh is a Professor of thermodynamics. In this talk at an Edinburgh Creation Group meeting, he examines the structures that enable creatures to fly. He asks could these structures have arisen gradually by natural selection or do they make up a system, where each part is needed fully formed, before the others are of use? This talk starts by looking at bird navigation and ends by comparing the lungs of birds with those of dinosaurs. This is a fascinating exploration of flight.
|Artist with vivid imagination.|
“Dinosaur into Bird” artwork by paleoartist Mark Hallett, part of “The Dinosaur Postcard Book” (1987) from Running Press