Tag: Cretaceous Period
Fossil Friday: The Abrupt Origins of Treeshrews (Scandentia) and Colugos (Dermoptera)
Even as a paleontologist I admit that calling this a real scientific discipline seems like an insult to sciences like physics or chemistry or molecular biology.
Fossil Friday: The Temporal Paradox of Early Birds
Wherever you look in the fossil record you stumble upon problems for the Darwinian story and evidence that is better explained by intelligent design.
Fossil Friday: A Dead “Living Fossil”
Coelacanths are considered to be “living fossils,” which do not sit well with Darwinian assumptions.
Darwin’s “Abominable Mystery”: Jurassic Flowering Plants After All?
This year a new article by Silvestro et al. (2021), “Fossil data support a pre-Cretaceous origin of flowering plants,” was published.
Darwin’s “Abominable Mystery”: Still Alive and Kicking
Darwinists had hoped that 150 years of paleontological research since Darwin would surely make this nagging problem go away.