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Natural Gears in Insects

Posted on September 14, 2013 at 5:30 AM

A scientist at Cambridge University has discovered an insect that uses 'gears' to allow it to jump at amazing speeds and huge accelloration.  The insect lives in and around the creeping plant 'Ivy'.  Of course the evolutionists are claiming that evolution developed the gears before human engineering, but why did this particular life-form develop the gear system rather than the elastic band type muscles that locusts and grass-hoppers use?

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