This is hierarchical organization, none of which is seen in the Precambrian layers beneath.
Paleontology sometimes seems like a kind of imaginative Rorschach test with the flattened fauna of roadkill.
Evolutionists are still failing to explain the Cambrian explosion. They struggle to explain new complexities or else try to change the subject.
The nation’s museum cannot ignore the collection of fossils Walcott sent them from the Burgess Shale. But can they explain them away?
They appear in the early Cambrian fossil record: the first examples of the most diverse phylum on earth. Who knew their skills would become the envy of human engineers?