The term “anti-evolution” has been used for decades, over and over, by untold numbers of defenders of Darwin and critics of the theory of intelligent design.
That the same fossils can be attributed to at least six different phyla of marine invertebrates as well as terrestrial fungi really should give reason to pause.
Earlier this month, the society’s Executive Director, Tom Woodward, interviewed Oxford mathematician John Lennox. That was as wonderful as you would expect.
Last but not least, there is this gem: In 1986 strange mushroom-shaped deep-sea animals were collected offshore South Australia.
Trilobozoans are unique to the Ediacaran biota; they appeared suddenly 560 million-years-ago in the fossil record without any precursors.