What Subduction Teaches About Intelligent Design

carbon, chalk, continental crust, erosion, Great Oxidation Event, Intelligent Design, limestone, mantle, Michael Denton, Nature Communications, Nature Geoscience, nitrogen, oceanic crust, oceanic sediments, phosphorous, plate tectonics, scientific papers, solar system, subduction, sulfur, The Wonder of Water, volcanos
My PhD research was on the early plate tectonic history on earth. Plate tectonics involves the movement of plates on the surface of the earth. Source
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Reconstructing Kimberella — The Disputed Anatomy in Detail

burial, Calvapilosa, Cambrian News, creeping ventral locomotory organ, digestive system, dorsum, Ediacaran organisms, Evolution, feeding apparatus, feeding tracks, foot, fossils, hydrostatics, Kimberella, Kimberella series, mantle, Mikhail Fedonkin, mollusks, monoplacophorans, muscles, Ordovician Period, Parvancorina, proboscis, sclerotic teeth, shells, teeth
Fossils often leave much room for very different interpretations of relatively poor evidence. Source
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In Praise of Copper, a Gift from Nature

Alfred Russell Wallace, aluminum, ambient temperatures, conductors, copper, corrosion, crustal rocks, ductility, Earth’s crust, electrical devices, fire, Fire-Maker series, fitness, fortuity, gold, Intelligent Design, iron, lead, machinery, mantle, metallurgy, metals, rocks, silver, steam engine, Stone Age
If the conductivity of copper were ten times less, wires would have to be ten times the cross-sectional area to provide the same conductivity. Source
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