Tag: Cambrian Explosion
Recognizing Providence in the History of Life Is a Hint About Our Own Lives
Any of us can point to certain pivotal events in our past that need not have occurred, but did.
Complex Specified Information in the Lowly Sponge
Sponges are outliers in biology’s big bang, the Cambrian explosion. Their embryos appear in Precambrian strata, leading some to consider them primitive.
Fossil Friday: Dickinsonia, the Ediacaran Animal that Wasn’t
Gregory Retallack is a kind of maverick paleontologist, who endorses a fringe hypothesis that Ediacaran organisms were not marine but terrestrial lichens.
This Cambrian Explosion “Explanation” Qualifies as Propaganda
It’s interesting to see what Derek E. G. Briggs is willing to admit about the Cambrian explosion.
Fossil Friday: A Croc Smile from the Cretaceous
Ubiquitous discontinuities contradict the gradualist predictions of Darwin’s theory and thus should count as empirical falsifications of that theory.