Recently, a team of British paleontologists added a new pseudo-explanation.
It’s so elegantly simple, why didn’t anyone think of this before? Animals evolved because they evolved.
This is nothing short of a spectacular vindication of Stephen Meyer’s perspective in Darwin’s Doubt.
Exquisitely preserved animal fossils now show up on three widely separated continents. The earliest are just as complex as those in the Burgess Shale.
With respect to the critical question of the origin of the information necessary to build new forms of animal life, a strictly materialistic evolutionary approach has little left to offer.