Tag: placental mammals
Fossil Friday: The Abrupt Origins of Lagomorphs and Rodents
Molecular biologist Dan Graur mentioned his weird idea that guinea pigs are not rodents at a lecture at my university in Tübingen when I was still a student.
Fossil Friday: Miocene Aardvarks and the Abrupt Origin of Tubulidentata
So much about the congruence of anatomical and genetic similarity predicted by Darwin’s theory.
Fossil Friday: The Giant Armadillo Glyptodon and the Abrupt Origin of Xenarthrans
Should we dare to consider the possibility that something is wrong with the Darwinist assumptions? Heaven forbid!
Bechly: “Life’s Second ‘Big Bang'”
He touches on other biological explosions, including the Avalon explosion, the Triassic explosion, and the origin of flowering plants.
An Unintended Endorsement of Marcos Eberlin’s New Book, Foresight
Some reviews that try to make a book look bad are so ill-informed and malicious that they actually make a good book look better.