A Darwinian Paradox

Gould, Stephen Jay
January 1979
Natural History;Jan79, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p32
Explains the contradictions of Darwinism. Tenets of the 'repeated development' theory of anti-Darwinian evolutionists; Prehistoric animals which illustrated the contradictory arguments of Darwinism used to explain evolution.


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