In my research related to Meyer’s paper I ran across the following:
From Jay Richards  we read in The Washington Post, August 21, 1999 an article on Darwinism and Design
Consider the hypothesis of universal common descent. Numerous molecular comparisons now suggest that bacteria, fungi, protozoa, plants and animals–while they share interesting commonalities–are not descended from a single organism. Fossil evidence reveals that the major groups of animals appeared relatively suddenly in the ‘Cambrian explosion,’ with no record of common ancestors.
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