Joined: May 2002
This thread is for accumulating links and posts on the topic of predictions made by the modern theory of evolution, i.e. the theory that processes we observe or directly infer today (especially random mutation (broadly construed to include everything from point mutations to genome duplications) and natural selection, but also the well-known sidekicks such as genetic drift, neutral evolution, etc.), were also acting in the long-distant past and produced the biodiversity of today.
This was prompted by Jesse's excellent post at ARN on this topic, which we should quote somewhere: