Author: Günter Bechly
Fossil Friday: Flowering Plants — Darwin’s Abominable Mystery
Flowering plants or angiosperms appear abruptly in the fossil record of the Lower Cretaceous (about 130 million years ago).
Fossil Friday: Eurotamandua — Anteater or Not Even Close?
Darwinists have to appeal to the ad hoc hypothesis of convergent adaptation to similar lifestyles, which of course increases their problem.
Fossil Friday: Moniopterus — Snake, Beetle, or Mollusk?
Scientists are only humans and many of them see what they want to see. Fossils often leave a lot of room for wild imagination and wishful thinking.
Fossil Friday: Walking Whales and Why All Critiques of the Waiting Time Problem Fail
These fossils are often celebrated as missing links and a success story for Darwinism.
Fossil Friday: Darwinius, or How Wishful Thinking Makes a Missing Link
The media campaign lead to headlines that were not content with calling the fossil a missing link but simply “THE link” or “the eighth wonder of the world.”