Calling it by a new name doesn’t change the essence of a theory relying on chance.
Evolutionists are still desperate to find a long fuse for the Cambrian explosion.
The mysterious “water bears” long defied evolutionary classification. Now some say they are degenerate arthropods.
Are "evolutionary novelties" in the lizard family derivable from a simpler chordate in the Cambrian?
The origin of whales has been called a “poster child for macroevolution.”