Tag: Burgess Shale
More Excuses for Cambrian Non-Evolution
A new statistical study of impacts on the moon concludes that the appearance of an increase was an artifact of biased sampling.
Meet the Fuxianhuiids: Exploding Cambrian Arthropods
True arthropods are among the most sophisticated animals that appeared without ancestors in the Cambrian explosion.
Trackways Reported in Ediacaran Strata
Small putative trackways in Siberian rocks are giving evolutionists an opportunity to claim bilaterian animals preceded the Cambrian explosion.
Meyer, Medved on Great Minds — Cambrian Explosion, Burgess Shale, and More
Animal forms come and go, but what links them as “acts of mind” (as Agassiz put it) is a “continuity of ideas,” not, says Meyer, the physical continuity that Darwin asserted.
Contradicting Darwinian Gradualism, Earliest Animals Show Complex Parental Behavior
Darwin himself realized that any kind of significant saltational change would imply a miracle-like intelligent intervention.