A recent paper by Richard Buggs shows that a problem for evolutionary theory has grown more acute since Darwin’s time.
If this accurately reflects the argument in the primary research paper, it provides a beautiful example of common descent as axiomatically true.
There is nothing in the word “gift” that entails its having been given identically to all persons at all times. That’s not hard, actually.
Remarkably, even Ernst Mayr was forced to tacitly acknowledge the challenge to Darwinism posed by convergence.
Plants make food for everyone else, but they couldn’t do it without a lot of help from their microbial friends.