What about shrimp? Their brains turn out to have memory and learning centers, which has triggered an evolution squabble.
The smartest of invertebrates, the octopus, once again prompts us to rethink what we believe to be the origin of intelligence.
Animals don’t have reason or moral accountability but there is abundant evidence that mammals and birds have feelings. And feelings often follow their own rules.
University of Warwick sociologist Steve Fuller is one of the few researchers in his field who knows much about intelligent design and the controversy it ignites.
Avoiding serious discussion of design in nature (and of many other questions) fills a need.