Today at the Design of Life blog: The Smithsonian vs. the Cambrian explosion
|February 19, 2008||Posted by O'Leary under The Design of Life|
Charles Walcott, secretary of the Smithsonian, had found the equivalent of Noah’s Ark. He found every animal phylum, or – as physicist Gerald Schroeder puts it – the “basic anatomies” of all animal life forms today.
Cause for rejoicing?
No, because there was a problem. The problem was that the find obviously did not support Darwin’s theory of evolution:
So what did he do?