Tag: University of Edinburgh
My Friend Olufemi Oluniyi and Darwin’s Legacy in Nigeria
Olufemi opened my eyes and heart to the importance of Nigeria to Africa, the dynamic role of Christians there, and the importance of Africa to the world.
Namacalathus, an Ediacaran Lophophorate Animal?
I have been writing a series of articles on alleged Ediacaran animals that have been postulated as precursors of the Cambrian explosion.
Just the Facts? Michael Flannery on Charles Darwin and Materialism
Learn more about Darwin’s experiences at the University of Edinburgh with the Plinian Society, and his interaction with prominent atheists near the end of his life.
Worming Evolution into the Cambrian Explosion
A new fossil worm from the closing days of the Ediacaran is being celebrated as a missing link that demonstrates a gradual Cambrian diversification, not an explosion.
Flight: The Genius of Seeds
Plant seeds come equipped to spread themselves in ways that baffle engineers. Did they invent these mechanisms by chance?