The History of Flying Machines Helps Show Flight Did Not Evolve

08:5415 Dec, 2022

Considering the complexities of flight, it is really no surprise that it took over a century and a half after the development of the first machines in the Industrial Revolution to develop the first controlled flying machine. That it took so long, despite the application of much intelligence and engineering skill, is a powerful indication that flight could not have evolved by progressive selection of a series of random accidents.

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