Time to debunk another evolutionary story by questioning underlying Darwinian assumptions about how things came to be.
From code to art: how does a linear set of instructions result in a beautifully crafted pattern? Diatoms do it, and scientists are struggling to figure out how.
It must be good if engineers want to copy it. Siphonophores are colonial animals that have mastered the sport of synchronized swimming.
The fossil record shows a “Hexapod Gap.” Unfortunately for Darwin, the two leading theories to explain the gap can be ruled out.
Did evolutionary theory contribute anything to this study? The authors speculate briefly about “co-evolution” of flowers and their pollinators.