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Macroevolution. Fact, or fantasy ?

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26 Re: Macroevolution. Fact, or fantasy ? on Tue 10 Oct 2017 - 15:53


Embracing Uncertainty in Reconstructing Early Animal Evolution

The origin of animals, one of the major transitions in evolution, remains mysterious.

Reconstruction of ancient evolutionary radiations is devilishly difficult and will likely require broader sampling of sponge and ctenophore genomes, improved analytical strategies and critical analyses of the phylogenetic distribution and molecular mechanisms underlying apparently conserved traits.

our window through time to the Urmetazoan remains obscured by uncertainty regarding whether sponges or ctenophores are the sister lineage to all other animals. While we concur with the sentiment in the opening quote that “we're not afraid to admit what we don't know” and we revel in the insights that are currently possible regarding the dawn of animal life, we eagerly anticipate future breakthroughs that will allow us to move from ignorance to knowledge in our quest to reconstruct the origin of animals.

But hey, maybe mainstream scientists will wake up one day to the unconvenient truth, that the foundations lied by Hume et al in the 19th century, that design inference should be excluded a priory by scientific investigation, ( specially when it comes to the quest of historical sciences, and origins ) was a huge mistake, and that the hypothesis of a powerful intelligent cause is valid of consideration, and most probably explains best the origin of animals and biodiversity.

‘‘Science works on the frontier between knowledge and
ignorance. We’re not afraid to admit what we don’t
know. There’s no shame in that. The only shame is to
pretend that we have all the answers.’’
—Neil deGrasse Tyson, Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

But he is afraid to replace the " i don't know" with " most probably, an intelligent designer " - go figure, why.

Macroevolution. Fact, or fantasy?
In the last 25 years, criticism of most theories advanced by Darwin and the neo-Darwinians has increased considerably, and so did their defense. Darwinism has become an ideology, while the most significant theories of Darwin were proven unsupportable.

But up to that breakthrough recognisance, evolution remains an undisputed and unquestioned fact - how fool.

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