Dreaming Spiders? My Disagreement with Michael Egnor
Rapid eye movement may indicate neural activity, but dreaming for me implies a conscious awareness of the dream state, which I consider as unlikely in spiders.
Frontiers of ID: Microscopic Ecologies
Public health lecturer James Hamblin at Yale decided to go without showers — for five years!
Namacalathus, Alleged Ediacaran “Animal,” Fails to Refute Abrupt Cambrian Explosion
It could be anything, from a coelenterate-grade or sponge-grade organism to even a protist or an alga.
The Myth of Precambrian Sponges
Evolutionists would expect to find sponges as the earliest animals in the fossil record.
Günter Bechly: Still More Evidence Against Darwinian Gradualism
Is there a paradigm change coming in evolutionary studies? Nothing fits the data better than intelligent design.