If identified as an animal, it would “predate the Cambrian explosion of bilaterian animal phyla as a kind of ‘advance guard.’”
Lydia McGrew gives the analogy that there is always a possibility that prehistoric civilizations did not have the ability or desire to make arrowheads.
I have come to think of evidence in Bayesian terms and this has in turn impacted the way I think about the biological arguments for ID.
One example of fantasy science, according to Durston, is the multiverse.
Evolutionists cannot have it both ways. They cannot prove their theory when the findings work for them, and softly walk away when the findings do not work.