Mike2048 Wrote:
Jul 29, 2013 8:12 AM
Wait, do you mean Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus, Homo Heidelbergensis, Homo Neanderthalensis? Or do you mean the equine transitional series? Or do you mean Tiktaliik? I don't know, there are so many that have been described in the literature. Try reading some peer-reviewed journals and stay away from Ray Comfort and Ken Ham for a while. And the Cambrian explosion likely will not have much transitional fossils because the Cambrian predecessors would not have had cartilage, chitin, or bone to fossilize until only very recently before the substantial radiations that took place. This has been noted hundreds of times in the literature. This is a limit, just as measuring anything smaller than a few thousand atoms using electron microscopy is a limit. Yet we use other techniques to directly and indirectly measure things and gain additional knowledge. In almost EVERY scientific paper in the Discussion or "Limitations" section, the Authors talk about the potential problems, limitations, and alternative explanations with their data - and propose additional TESTABLE hypotheses. It is part of Science. Any section in the Bible that does that? Yeah I didn't think so.