There are several fallacies to your argument. First, only an incredibly small percentage of dead creatures become fossils; you argue that many of them do. Second, you assume that all fossils in existence have actually been found; obviously this is not true. Third, you ignore all the fossil evidence already found in this fashion; when one sees a dozen letters in a specific sequence with obvious gaps, one conclude an alphabet, even when some of the letters are missing. There are enough hominid fossils to conclude something like evolution.
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