Tag: Niles Eldredge
Peer-Reviewed Paper Cites Stephen Meyer to Critique Darwinian Evolution
“Many life forms with essentially new body types appeared quickly and without precursors in the Burgess Shale in Kicking Horse Valley in British Columbia.”
Can Materialistic Models Accommodate the Scientific Data?
Would you believe someone who claimed that fairies and leprechauns were caught on video, but they are too small or too fast to be seen?
Lukas Ruegger: Three Problems with Punctuated Equilibrium
By the time of his death, Stephen Jay Gould had come full circle, in effect, returning to traditional Darwinism.
Top Scientific Problems with Evolution: Fossils
The abruptness seen in the Cambrian explosion can also be seen on smaller scales throughout the fossil record.
Neil Thomas: Darwin, Aquinas, and the Origin of Life
Thomas and radio host Hank Hanegraaff discuss the fossil record’s challenge to Darwinism, Gould and Eldredge’s rescue attempt, and more.