Category: Cambrian explosion
|July 24, 2015||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, News, Origin Of Life|
Small pre-Cambrian oxygen jump in atmosphere helped enable animals take first breaths Not big ones? Can someone just make a list of pop science media assumptions? Would save trouble. Maybe we could mechanize it. Here is one: We must always be looking for a “small” event that kickstarted life or some advance in life. ScienceDaily: […]
|June 20, 2015||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, Intelligent Design, News|
Readers may remember Misshelver and her new man, who take it upon themselves to move design-related science books to the “religion” section, inconveniencing staff and customers alike. Well. At Barnes and Noble, where misshelving Steve Meyer’s Darwin’s Doubt is corporate policy (amid a continuing financial slump), a friend write to complain, I was at a […]
|May 15, 2015||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, News|
Compared to those of 500 mya LiveScience: The new research focuses on an oval structure, called the anterior sclerite, found in the heads of ancient arthropods. The anterior sclerite has long baffled researchers, especially because some prehistoric arthropods have it while others don’t, and its location in the head changes, depending on the quality of […]
|May 8, 2015||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, Culture, Darwinism, News|
Because nothing is a problem for a theory like Darwin’s. (Or Freud’s, for that matter.) Further to Berlinski’s Question Remains Unanswered, embryologist Jonathan Wells writes to say, Regarding the first line in the comments (by eigenstate): Haldane’s “rabbit in the Cambrian” suffices as a simple example of a devastating find for evolutionary theory’s basic model. In […]
|April 28, 2015||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, extinction, News|
The preceding Ediacaran life forms (635 to 542 mya) were gone already? Eaten up by early Cambrians (542 to 513 mya)? From New Scientist: The disappearance of the Ediacarans from the fossil record has long troubled biologists. Leading theories are a catastrophic mass extinction, that Ediacarans got eaten or had their habitat destroyed by newly […]
|March 28, 2015||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, News|
From ScienceDaily: The study presents evidence that Yawunik was capable of moving its frontal appendages backward and forward, spreading them out during an attack and then retracting them under its body when swimming. Coupled with the long, sensing whip-like flagella extending from the tip of the claws, this makes the frontal appendages of the animal […]
|March 5, 2015||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, Christian Darwinism, News|
Readers may vaguely recall: If anyone cares, Biologos (Christians for Darwin) will now actually review Darwin’s Doubt, which shows why the Cambrian explosion can’t be explained by the theory that guides their lives and work. Author Steve Meyer responds to their attempts to defend Darwinian naturalism here: In any case, it is not at all […]
|February 18, 2015||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, Intelligent Design, News|
The message seems to be getting out. No Darwinian fix explains the Cambrian explosion.
|January 26, 2015||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, Intelligent Design, News|
And Meyer still #2 in paleontology after all this time.
|January 20, 2015||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, Christian Darwinism, News|
what they think of Darwin’s Doubt …
|December 10, 2014||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, Intelligent Design|
What some do when they run out of arguments before they run out of rent money?
|December 10, 2014||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, Intelligent Design, News|
Researchers: enigmatic fossils that don’t seem to fit in with anything living today, and amongst these are the chancelloriids.
FYI-FTR: But, Wiki and Theobald’s 29+ evidences prove evolution is the best explanation of life and its branching tree pattern! — NOT
|November 5, 2014||Posted by kairosfocus under Atheism, Cambrian explosion, Darwinist rhetorical tactics, Evolutionary biology, Functionally Specified Complex Information & Organization, FYI-FTR, ID Foundations, Origin Of Life, Science, worldview issues/foundations and society, UD's Pro-Darwinism essay Challenge||
In recent exchanges in and around UD on origins and the tree of life, Theobald’s 29 evidences claims (and by implication the sort of summary presented by Wikipedia in its articles on Abiogenesis and Evolution) have come up. [NB: to carry forward discussions, I suggest here on. I intend to do a for reference in […]
|November 3, 2014||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, News|
Researcher: Something big happened tectonically that triggered the spreading of shallow ocean water across the continents
|October 31, 2014||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, Intelligent Design, News|
BBC: “Another researcher was more critical of the study and said the role of oxygen was overstated.” Some animals need very little.
|October 20, 2014||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, News|
Possible precursor to Cambrian? Of course, the life forms had to actually be there to take advantage of it. Stay tuned.
|September 16, 2014||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, Intelligent Design, News|
The disparity of the major body plans in the Cambrian explosion appear before the diversity of species.
|September 14, 2014||Posted by PaV under Cambrian explosion, Darwinism, Embryology, Genetics|
Here’s a news article from Phys.Org on a lamprey study. Actually it’s a study concerning phylogenetics and using gene regulatory mechanisms to figure out the relationships that exist. It turns out that in the lamprey, which is part of the Cambrian explosion, the same kind of hind brain gene regulatory mechanisms are in place as […]
|August 31, 2014||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, Intelligent Design|
But Meyer is #6 in paleontology. So who cares whether Calvin College’s God would design anything or not? Sorry, issues have moved beyond Christians [heart] Darwin
|August 29, 2014||Posted by News under Cambrian explosion, Intelligent Design, News|
If this interpretation of the fossil holds up, the vertebrate class was present in the Cambrian too.