Exceptional neural fossil preservation helps answer questions about ancient arthropod evolution.
….a 2008 paper that identified a brain in a Cambrian shrimp-like arthropod…
My comment: Since then, the nutrient-dependent brain development of all crustaceans has been linked to brain development in all insects and to brain development in vertebrates via their pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction, which links biophysically constrained RNA-mediated protein folding chemistry from microbes to man — outside the context of neo-Darwinian theories.
“People are beginning to accept that brains can fossilize.”
The claim that people are beginning to accept representations of fossilized brains does not fit with what is known about the links from hydrogen-atom transfer in DNA base pairs to all biomass and all biodiversity. For example, some fossilized bacteria appear to be ~2 billion years old, and some other bacteria re-evolved their flagellum over-the-weekend.