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Darwin and Dawkins Dilemma: Climbing Mt. Improbable

This Is a clip from the newly released video "Darwin's Dilemma":

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"Without gradualism, we are back to a miracle."

Richard Dawkins

Genesis 1:20

Then God said, "Let the waters teem with swarms of living creatures,"....

Investigating Evolution: The Cambrian Explosion PART 1 - video


Investigating Evolution: The Cambrian Explosion PART 2 - video


Challenging Fossil of a Little Fish

"In Chens view, his evidence supports a history of life that runs opposite to the standard evolutionary tree diagrams, a progression he calls top-down evolution." Jun-Yuan Chen is professor at the Nanjing Institute of Paleontology and Geology


A simple way of putting it is that currently we have about 38 phyla of different groups of animals, but the total number of phyla discovered during the Cambrian explosion (including those in China, Canada, and elsewhere) adds up to over 50 phyla. (Actually the number 50 was first quoted as over 100 for a while, but then the consensus became 50-plus.) That means there are more phyla in the very, very beginning, where we found the first fossils, than exist now. Also, the animal explosion caught people's attention when the Chinese confirmed they found a genus now called Yunnanzoon that was present in the very beginning of the Cambrian explosion. This genus is considered a chordate, and the phylum Chordata includes fish, mammals and man. An evolutionist would say the ancestor of humans was present then. Looked at more objectively, you could say the most complex animal group, the chordates, were represented at the ve

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