A while back at Jerry Coyne’s blog, Why Evolution Is True, contributor Greg Mayer wrote a post encouraging readers to buy a new 2013 book about the Cambrian explosion.
There’s an old joke about a book critic. Asked if he has read the new book by a certain author, he replies, “No, I only had time to review it.”
Name-calling is the first sign that Dr. Jerry Coyne is compensating for an evidence-poor position.
If the Ediacaran fauna were not creatures of the water, what predecessors could there be for the animals of the Cambrian explosion?
It’s been a rough season for Precambrian animal fossils.