A key player in the Cambrian explosion just got a little more vivid.
What was the one clue Charles Darwin admitted he couldn’t explain?
A study in Nature finds that hyoliths are more like brachiopods than molluscs.
Another research hypothesis asks the wrong question, and unsurprisingly, gets a misguided answer.
An obsession with the availability of elements and building blocks on the early earth dodges the real issue in explaining life.
Evolve brains in the Cambrian explosion? Just assume they come in with a bang. Somehow.
Researchers seeking to explain away the Cambrian evolution without intelligent design are left with a tough choice.
Squiggles once attributed to emerging complex animals could have been made by microbes instead.
Evolutionists are still desperate to find a long fuse for the Cambrian explosion.
The white space in the yeast theory is blinding. It’s a blizzard of white, obscuring all vision.