Tag: Jennifer Hoyal Cuthill
Grandeur in Extinctions?
New corollary to an old law: Put Darwinian assumptions in, and you will get Darwinian models out.
More Excuses for Cambrian Non-Evolution
A new statistical study of impacts on the moon concludes that the appearance of an increase was an artifact of biased sampling.
Cambrian-Aged Ediacaran Organism Reconfirms Explosiveness of the Cambrian Explosion
For the first time it has been discovered that an organism from the Precambrian Ediacaran fauna may have survived into the Cambrian period.
In Ediacaran Seas, Huge Rangeomorphs Appeared with a “Bang”
Anything that Simon Conway Morris puts his name on is of immediate interest, but this would seem to evade the most fascinating question of all in life’s history.