And you know this how?
I presume you've dug up the entire planet's surface?!
10/29/2006 10:50:01 AM
Ummm, Tiktaalik comes to mind.
See, that's the problem with science: it stubbornly keeps on finding out new stuff... and integrating that stuff into its understanding of the world.
Why oh why can't it stand still?!?
2/2/2008 2:50:28 PM
I filled your mom's gap
2/2/2008 5:11:53 PM
Yes they are. Just watch.
2/21/2008 9:26:30 PM
No 'new' fossil discoveries are going to fill in the plain gaps that exist.
Yet I've sen where scientists are still finding new creatures. How odd...
2/21/2008 9:50:49 PM
Oh my, so "blatenly(sic)" wrong.
2/15/2011 4:55:14 AM
Anon2The fossil record is as complete today as it's goning to get... No 'new' fossil discoveries are going to fill in the plain gaps that exist.
Found in 1983, kept by a private collector for years, discovered by science in 2007, made headlines in 2009. Known as Darwinius masillae
, or under the nickname "Ida":
2/15/2011 7:06:51 AM
"The fossil record is as complete today as it's goning to get... No 'new' fossil discoveries are going to fill in the plain gaps that exist."
Darwinius massilae. Ardipithecus. The missing Links found.
"This is blatenly false."
Genesis in the Bible? You said it, I didn't.
PROTIP: Even the Church of England and the Catholic Church admit that much of the Bible - including Genesis - is merely fable and metaphor. As in a fairytale.
I love the smell of destroyed arguments in the morning. Smells like... victory.
2/15/2011 10:15:41 AM
Here's a hint, if you're gonna make prophecies and predictions dont make ones that will be disproved in months as opposed to years.
2/15/2011 10:20:38 AM
What is blatenly(sic) false is what you wrote.
2/16/2011 1:57:10 AM
'Hobbit' Fossils Represent A New Species, Concludes Anthropologist
ScienceDaily (Dec. 17, 2008)
6/29/2012 1:34:18 PM
We may as well shut down the patent office because "everything that can be invented has already been invented."____Charles Duell, 1899
6/29/2012 2:54:47 PM
They're finding new species up to this day AND NOT connecting them directly to things alive today. Sadly it appears species extinction is much more common then continuous liniar evolution.
6/30/2012 7:57:21 AM