Are Butterflies Just Good Enough to Get By?

Butterfly flight is an intricate process. It entails very quick, precise motion with minute muscular control. Everything for the complex and precise process of flight must be in place at the same time, or else nothing works, nothing makes sense. Yet, Darwin's Cheerleaders want us to believe that it was through time, chance, natural selection and so forth.

"Butterflies", Odilon Redon, 1910
It looks like they simply flap their wings. In fact, the rapid process is simply too fast for us to see; there is really quite a bit going on.
Butterflies have never ceased to dazzle and amaze mankind with their colours,1 patterns, and just as importantly, their incredible flying abilities.2 The earliest recorded paintings of these beautiful creatures were found on the 3000-year-old3 tomb walls of an Egyptian named Nebamun, an “accountant of grain” ... during the reigns of Thutmose IV and Amenhotep III. The surviving fresco containing the butterflies can be seen at the British Museum in London (right). These large butterflies are thought to be Danaus chrysippus aegyptus; as common in the Nile valley today as they were back then. Did Nebamun ever wonder how such beautiful creatures could fly so effortlessly in his world of long ago? We may never know. But his tomb at least suggests he was captivated by butterflies, as I certainly am.
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