I have been writing a series of articles on alleged Ediacaran animals that have been postulated as precursors of the Cambrian explosion.
One of the tragic trends in thinking about evolution has been to blur the distinction between humans and animals. History warns us not to regard this lightly.
Evolutionists would expect to find sponges as the earliest animals in the fossil record.
Unlike Darwin, Owen believed that evolution was guided by teleology or purpose, and he saw humans as different from animals not only in degree but in kind.
A philosopher and a bioethicist want a “Jane Goodall” to come forward as “an ambassador for rats.”