Fossil Friday: A Dinosaur Feather and an Overhyped New Study on the Origin of Feathers
Feathers, which are the most complex integumental structures known in the animal kingdom, without doubt required coordinated changes in numerous genes.
Film Festival 2023 — “Günter Bechly Explains What the Fossil Evidence Really Says”
Dr. Bechly answers probing questions of the fossil record and explains how it is not going the way Darwin was expecting.
FAQ: The Cambrian Explosion Is Real, and It Is a Problem for Evolution
An email correspondent who is friendly to intelligent design (ID) recently wrote us asking how to respond to common objections to ID arguments about the Cambrian explosion.
Fossil Friday: The Explosive Origin of Flying Reptiles in the Mid Triassic
Personally, I am quite sympathetic to the dissenting view of my paleontologist colleague Simon Conway Morris.
Fossil Friday: The Devonian Nekton Revolution
Such explosions and revolutions dominate the history of life, which was rather a series of abrupt saltations than the gradual change predicted by Darwinism.