Originally posted by josephw
Let me quote:
"In fact, based on standard mathematical models, we would see far more transitional forms in the fossil record than complete specimens. However, we see none -- not one true transitional specimen has ever been found."
Clearly, the writer is talking nonsense. Also it is clear that the writer has done a bit of research. Conclusion: He is lying intentionally and trying to confuse gullible people.
So, josephw, do you agree with what is on that website? Are you that gullible and ignorant? Or did you simply not read it? Are you attempting to create a debate by posting what you know to be false information? Be honest now, does the above quote make sense to you?