The Census of Marine Life is a global network of researchers in a long-term project to document and analyse the diversity of life in our oceans. In its latest census report is a shrimp that was previously known only from fossils from the Jurassic Period. Like all living fossils, such specimens are a witness to stasis as a real phenomenon in the story of life’s diversification. That this shrimp was apparently immune to the influences of natural selection should be sufficient to make a few Darwinists think about the adequacy of their evolutionary mechanism.
Extreme Life, Marine Style, Highlights 2006 Ocean Census,
Press Release @ http://www.coml.org/, 10 December 2006.
Oldest. Census seamount researchers found a shrimp, believed extinguished 50 million years ago, alive and well on an underwater peak in the Coral Sea. Neoglyphea neocaledonica was nicknamed “Jurassic shrimp” by its discoverers, who say it rivals the find in South Africa and Indonesia of the coelacanth, a prehistoric fish previously known only through fossils.
Jurassic 'shrimp' alive and well, Alister Doyle
Abcnet.au, 11 December 2006
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Evolution has become a favorite topic of the news media recently, but for some reason, they never seem to get the story straight. The staff at Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture started this Blog to set the record straight and make sure you knew "the rest of the story".
A blogger from New England offers his intelligent reasoning.
We are a group of individuals, coming from diverse backgrounds and not speaking for any organization, who have found common ground around teleological concepts, including intelligent design. We think these concepts have real potential to generate insights about our reality that are being drowned out by political advocacy from both sides. We hope this blog will provide a small voice that helps rectify this situation.
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