A recent study came out that claimed that some plants have evolved explicitly to avoid harvesting by humans. The study claimed that a species of plant, Fritillaria delavayi, a plant whose bulb is used regularly in Chinese herbal medicine, has evolved to make it harder for humans to find it and harvest it. The study, published in the journal Current Biology, is very interesting, but equivocates on the word “evolution”, like most so called evidences for evolution do.
Bioturbation is a natural process that happens all the time in the soil. Between insects burrowing in the ground, animals digging in it, and worms burrowing through it, the first couple of feet of soil are constantly being turned over.
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Since Charles Darwin wrote Origin of Species, many scientists have viewed natural selection as one of the most influential mechanisms … More