The miracle of mimicry, for which there are countless examples in the animal kingdom, represents powerful evidence for design in nature.
Gregory Retallack is a kind of maverick paleontologist, who endorses a fringe hypothesis that Ediacaran organisms were not marine but terrestrial lichens.
Only the infusion of new information from outside the system can explain these bursts of biological creativity.
Ubiquitous discontinuities contradict the gradualist predictions of Darwin’s theory and thus should count as empirical falsifications of that theory.
Almost everything in the wonderful construction of dragonflies cries out for a design explanation.