Fossil Friday: New Kind of Silverfish Trapped in Sticky Resin
These incongruent or homoplastic characters are a notorious problem for phylogenetics and contradict the evolutionary prediction of a nested hierarchy.
Detected: Intelligent Designs in the Amazon Jungle
With LIDAR technology, the angle of incidence of a signal can reveal designs hiding in plain sight.
Fossil Friday: A Dead “Living Fossil”
Coelacanths are considered to be “living fossils,” which do not sit well with Darwinian assumptions.
Molecular Clocks Can’t Save Darwinists from the Cambrian Dilemma
To explain away the Cambrian explosion has been and remains a high priority for Darwinists.
Fossil Friday: Whip Spider from the Lower Cretaceous
These fossiliferous limestones are about 115 million years old. In spite of this age the animal is not primitive in any way.