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The ever-methodical Charles Darwin was satisfied with the descriptions of evolution and natural selection laid out in his epoch-making The Origin of Species, but one mystery still eluded him. He felt unable to explain the dynamics of the "Cambrian explosion," the sudden appearance in the fossil record of numerous, more advanced species. Philosophy of science specialist Stephen C. Meyer (Signature in the Cell) uses this explosion as the volatile jumping off point for his latest defense of intelligent design. A detailed presentation about the limits of evolution.