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#7 of Our Top Stories of 2018: Thousands of New Genes Needed for the Origin of Animals

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In Cambrian Explosion Debate, ID Wins by Default

Typically you win a recreation by default. The loser won’t acknowledge dropping, however fails to point out up.  Image a world champion prize fighter who...

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Why Dickinsonia Was Most Probably Not an Ediacaran Animal

Dickinsonia is among the iconic organisms of the unusual Ediacaran biota that characterize the oldest recognized assemblages of macroscopic organisms within...