Tag: Burgess Shale
Peer-Reviewed Paper Cites Stephen Meyer to Critique Darwinian Evolution
“Many life forms with essentially new body types appeared quickly and without precursors in the Burgess Shale in Kicking Horse Valley in British Columbia.”
Let’s Help “Professor Dave” Understand the Precambrian
We have much to teach the non-professor, and I trust that he is grateful for the education being rendered to him here.
Fossil Friday: Nectocaris, the Impossible Squid
Paleontology sometimes seems like a kind of imaginative Rorschach test with the flattened fauna of roadkill.
Smithsonian Glosses Over the Cambrian Explosion
The nation’s museum cannot ignore the collection of fossils Walcott sent them from the Burgess Shale. But can they explain them away?
At the Smithsonian, the Nation’s Museum, It’s All Darwin, All the Time
At the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Charles Darwin dominates almost every exhibit.