To explain away the Cambrian explosion has been and remains a high priority for Darwinists.
As usual, evolution-talk is inversely proportional to the amount of detail presented about cellular workings.
In 2016, physicist Lawrence Krauss promised, “We’re coming very close” to explaining the origin of life via chemical evolutionary models.
If I had written this book, I would have concluded with a final chapter that began with a verse from the book of Genesis.
Consideration of the basic characteristics of nerve impulse propagation suggests that the speed of conduction in mammals is close to the maximum possible.