Günter Bechly explains why the Precambrian fossil Namacalathus fails as a transitional precursor to the Cambrian explosion.
An evolutionist dismantles natural selection, then tries to rescue it with his own theory. It won’t work.
In an earlier book, Behe reviewed data from evolution studies of malaria parasites, HIV, and E. coli, and showed that evolutionary processes face severe limits.
None of the Cambrian animal phyla is represented in the Ediacaran fossil record.
Clearly, the questions he and I have discussed are not only of scientific or academic interest, but instead go to the root of life’s meaning and purpose.