Günter Bechly describes the species pair challenge, the waiting time problem, and much more that Darwinists can’t explain.
It’s interesting to see what Derek E. G. Briggs is willing to admit about the Cambrian explosion.
While hoatzins are bad at flying, evolutionists have been forced to credit these birds with some impressive rafting — unbelievably impressive.
Far from being exceptions to the rule, species pairs, which have diverged very little over millions of years, are the rule.
Coelacanths are considered to be “living fossils,” which do not sit well with Darwinian assumptions.