Soil biodiversity is still a black box. Some scientists are beginning to explore the global underground that services the health of plants and animals.
We intelligent design proponents make one successful prediction after another, while Darwinism’s track record of failed predictions grows ever longer.
I promised last year to follow up on more alleged Ediacaran animals. Now is a good moment to come back to this, with a new study having just been published in the journal Nature Communications.
I respect Coyne’s position, but, lacking his faith, I interpret this evidence more naturally as pointing to an ingenious mind.
So, do high levels of cholesterol biomarkers really suggest an animal affinity of Dickinsonia?