Yea, I guess I should have brushed up on my half-life knowledge...Originally Posted by Robert
Case and Point. If apes, which supposedly predate human, are still around why are the Transitional species between the apes and Humans not alive? If the Transitional species are suppose to be advance through natural selection then they should have survived longer than apes. Unless you think that the ape to human transition took only one generation.You do realize that new species don't necesarily kill off what came before them? Homo sapiens outcompeted their immediate predecessors, but monkeys and apes are still around.
That image tries to depict the Ape to Human transitional. However, Between the Homo-Erectus and Homo-Sapien we find fossilized remains of humans between 13 and 30 feet tall. Can Evolution explain why the caveman grew suddenly immensely large then shrunk to 6 feet?
The bone found, next to a ~ six foot man:
Says the people that call opposing theories, Religion based, Biased, Unscientific, Fanatical group of Loonies.Seriously, trying to pass off evolution as bunk by attacking it's weaker points is childish.
Transitions supposedly took 50 - 90 million years. So how is it possible we find 1, if lucky, in a course of approx. 70 million years. And if we find a transitional fossil it usually is out of place, like the giant humans between Homo-Erectus and Homo-Sapien. Still Evolution is taught as fact in many schools.So what if there isn't archaelogical evidence sufficient to explain the ENTIRE biological history. Is there sufficient evidence to catalog all human history? What, there isn't a complete unbroken record? But that's much simpler, should I therefore infer that no humans lived in these gaps?