Originally posted by rwingett
We see all the physical evidence that supports evolution. An abundance of fossil remains that can be held and studied, for example.
If you find the fossil remains of an angel then maybe you'd be able to build yourself a case.
An abundance of fossil remains that can be held and studied, for example, haha
Lol, you should know better than that you bad ol putty cat!
'evolution predicts that a complete fossil record would consist of lineages of organisms showing gradual change continuously over long periods of time....Unfortunately, the fossil record does not meet this expectation, for individual species of fossils are rarely connected to one another by known intermediate forms....known fossil species do indeed appear not to evolve even over millions of years.' - new scientist magazine, February the fourth, 1982, p.320
'No transitional forms are known between any of the major phyla of animals or plants' - processes of organic evolution p.147 - geneticist G.L.Stebbins
'the fossil record does not convincingly document a single transition from one species to another
. Furthermore, species lasted for astoundingly long periods of time' - the new evolutionary timetable p.95
and that is as far as i am going in this discussion, for i am fed up arguing on this topic.