Uncommon Knowledge episode which looks at Mathematical Challenges to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution. Peter Robinson, David Berlinski, David Galarinter and Stephen Meyer discuss the book ‘Giving Up Darwin’ and ‘Darwin’s Doubt’.

They cover the Cambrian explosion, which has a range of 10 million years, an unexpectedly short period of time for such diverse life forms to evolve.

Berlinski says that the cell is an unbelievably complex piece of biology, so that the more science learns about the cell, the less viable Darwinian evolution (macro evolution between species, not micro evolution within a species) is as an explanation for the diversity of life on Earth.