Tag: Cambrian Explosion
Paper Lays to Rest "Vernanimalcula," Supposed Precambrian Ancestor of Bilaterian Animals
“The ‘little spring animal’ has taken on a life of its own, a life it never had in the Neoproterozoic.”
From the Cambrian Explosion: Complex Brains and Other “Headaches” for Darwinian Evolutionists
With new research further underlining the Cambrian enigma, it looks like it’s time to call in the media coaches again.
More Problems with TalkOrigins’ Response on the Cambrian Explosion
A few weeks ago, Jonathan M. had an excellent article on ENV about the failure of the TalkOrigins Archive to defend Darwinian explanations of the Cambrian explosion.
Does Lots of Sediment in the Ocean Solve the “Mystery” of the Cambrian Explosion?
A skeptic might reply that we don’t observe ocean sediment abruptly causing increases in the information content of genomes.
Richard Dawkins’s English Inquisition
There are several funny things about the interview Dawkins gave the BBC to describe his new “scientific” survey.