The Speciation Enigma

The Presumed Evolutionary & Fossil Record Trees Are Strikingly Divergent

If observations or experiments produce "strikingly divergent results" from what a scientific model predicts, what does that tell us about the viability of the model? A new study on speciation and extinction rates suggests that the widely accepted naturalistic scenario for life's development may be less sturdy than the community of biologists has resoundingly affirmed.

Standard Model Predictions

A fundamental tenet of all naturalistic models for the history of Earth's life is that natural changes in the genome of living things will be responsible for the observed changes in their physical body structures (morphology) over time. Consequently, evolutionary trees, or...


PhD, is an astrophysicist and the founder and president of the science-faith think tank Reasons to Believe (RTB).

This article originally appeared in Salvo, Issue #53, Summer 2020 Copyright © 2024 Salvo |


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