The year was 2004. Dr. Gauger’s scientific credentials had caught the eye of Stephen Meyer and he had invited her to come talk with him.
These fossils are often celebrated as missing links and a success story for Darwinism.
It’s interesting to see what Derek E. G. Briggs is willing to admit about the Cambrian explosion.
Because of the “dysmorphic” phenotype from a homozygous genotype, these mutant genes would be highly unlikely to become fixed in a population.
Inaccurate teaching about evolution is widespread, as Jonathan Wells’s review of textbooks shows.