Alas, they couldn’t be bothered to link to my post, where their readers could have looked at actual evidence presented, not just their words. The image they presented is not Haeckel’s, nor is it, as its caption asserts, a “version of Haeckel’s drawings.”
Thus, it does not disprove the claim that “ ‘You don’t find’ Haeckel’s embryo drawings in modern textbooks,” as the DI insists “Olson confidently asserts. ‘There’s no trace of [them] other than a mention that Haeckel once upon a time came up with this… idea that ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny.’ ”
All the animations in the world won’t change the fact that their only evidence against Olson’s claim that drawings by Haeckel don’t occur in modern biology texts is … a drawing that wasn’t done by Haeckel.
Hopefully, Rob Crowther will at least be honest enough to link to my original post, and maybe spend some time on Dr. Myers’ post also.