If evolution is true there must be two lines of evidence: (1) the fossil record must produce vast numbers of transitional forms (2) there must be a mechanism to cause all these changes.
- Where are all the transitional forms between the Precambrian and Cambrian periods?
- How well do some of the famous alleged fossil intermediates such as the horse and archaeopteryx hold up to unbiased scientific investigation?
- Do mutations and natural selection support evolution?
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