Evolution and the Boll Weevil
One thing that's interesting about the intelligent design folks is they're willing to acknowledge "micro-evolution" but not "macro-evolution." In other words, they'll acknowledge that bacteria become resistant to antibiotics, and they say that's part of micro-evolution. But they say macro-evolution never happens. They say only the designer can create a new species.
I don't really understand where a line exists. At what point would micro-evolution stop? Just short of where the differences were too great for mating to occur? Why?
Anyway, that's what I thought about as I read this interesting article that addresses cotton farmers and their enemies, the Anthonomus grandis Boheman, more commonly known as the boll weevil.