In my new contribution, I restrict myself to important facets of the historical side of plant gall research.
Scientific data are followed by the myth: “Finch beak morphology observed on the Galápagos Islands was used by Darwin to formulate his theory of evolution.”
The body fossils are generally positioned at the focal points of the fan-shaped scratch marks.
It’s not every day that we see evolutionists arguing that we can falsify a species as an ancestor of another species simply because it appears in the wrong time range.
So, do high levels of cholesterol biomarkers really suggest an animal affinity of Dickinsonia?