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Bible Search
Butterfly Wing

The Light-Absorbing Butterfly Wing

To keep themselves warm during cold weather, butterflies spread their wings in the sun. The wings of some species of swallowtail are remarkable efficient at trapping and absorbing sun light. The insect’s secret lies not just in their dark pigment but also in the structure of microscopic, overlapping scales coating their wings. The scales, in turn, contain rows of honeycomb like holes separated by inverse v-shaped ridges that funnel light into the holes. This ingenious structure traps incoming sunlight, making the wings extremely black and warming the butterfly with amazing efficiency

“Butterfly wings may rank among the most delicate structure in nature,” says Science Daily, “but they have given researchers powerful inspiration for new technology that doubles the production of hydrogen gas-a green fuel of the future-from water and sunlight. ”Other promising applications include optical instruments and solar cells.

What do you think? Did the light-absorbing architecture of the butterfly wing come about by evolution? Or was it designed?

 

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