It is a fitting homage that Günter Bechly should name this fossil for Michael Behe.
Why are evolutionists always wrong? And why are they always so sure of themselves?
Obviously, evolutionary “laws” are quite malleable and have to give way when they become too cumbersome.
Brochosomes are intricate, symmetric, secretory granules forming super-oily coatings on the integuments of leafhoppers.
Here are unauthorized answers to questions posed by Jerry Coyne’s blog.