For an animal whose brain is the size of a pinhead, one would think its capabilities would be hopelessly limited. Not so.
Cell processes are quick and efficient. They can even solve geometry problems in the dark without eyes or brains.
Evolutionists are still fighting over the first animals. Each new fossil creates new questions, but there is one constant: bluffing that Darwinism is true.
Researchers at Uppsala University describe the challenge they face — and that standard Darwinian processes had to face.
Exquisitely preserved animal fossils now show up on three widely separated continents. The earliest are just as complex as those in the Burgess Shale.