Why does this fossil insect specimen have implications for intelligent design? The reason lies in the striking convergences it exhibits.
Under the theory of an unguided process of chemical and biological evolution, should a threshold of complexity, clearly identifying life, be expected?
True skeptics should question everything, and not just everything apart from Darwinism and materialism.
This is a field that often has more in common with the interpretation of inkblots in Rorschach tests than with hard science.
Not even the tiniest and most abundant organisms seem to confirm the gradualist predictions of Darwinian evolution.