NYU environmentalism prof Jeff Sebo argues that humans are not always rational and that some animals display mental qualities so we aren’t exceptional.
Even compared to each other, the genomes of three cephalopods studied had been broken up and extensively reorganized.
Nowhere do these scientists explain how bacteria invented magnetotaxis and encoded it into their genes.
Universal functional requirements, but without the identity of material components — sounds like design.
What about shrimp? Their brains turn out to have memory and learning centers, which has triggered an evolution squabble.