It’s important to note that the “true tempo of early animal evolution” exists in evolutionists’ imaginations, not in the rocks.
A biologist in our network worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Harvard. He recounted how about a quarter of the postdocs he encountered were at least sympathetic to design arguments.
This is nothing short of a spectacular vindication of Stephen Meyer’s perspective in Darwin’s Doubt.
There’s something very clarifying about seeing an argument laid out in crisp bullet points.
If this is the best answer evolutionists can come up with, it’s game over for Darwinism.