Tag: body plans
“Lying on the Internet”? Debunking Dave Farina on Stephen Meyer
A lot of nonsense gets published in peer-reviewed journals and it needs expertise to separate the wheat from the chaff. Farina lacks any expertise to do this.
Fossil Friday: Nectocaris, the Impossible Squid
Paleontology sometimes seems like a kind of imaginative Rorschach test with the flattened fauna of roadkill.
Denton: Animal Body Types as “Adaptive Masks”
These recurrent forms extend from original “primal patterns,” much as argued by such 19th-century opponents of Darwinism as Richard Owen and Louis Agassiz.
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.
Rare Fossil Preserves a Moment of Deadly Battle — And Recalls a Problem for Darwin
Pterosaurs appear abruptly in the fossil record of the Late Triassic, which agrees with the predictions of intelligent design theory.