Friday, December 26, 2008

Where Are All The Half-Evolved Dinosaurs?

I don't profess to have a very proper understanding of the mechanics of the Darwinist theory of evolution, so I'm always a little wary to blindly refute it based on the little knowledge I have, and so I keep an inquisitive mindset into what exactly is valid and invalid about this theory that so many people take as absolute fact.

Here's an article that asks a simple question: Where are the fossil records of all the not-fully formed predecessors to the fully formed species that we have dug up and that we see living today?

1 comment:

Nityananda Chandra Das said...

you mean you haven't seen http://blog.al.com/techcetera/2008/04/Humangosaur.jpg
or
http://www.photoshoptalent.com/images/contests/dinosaur%20fun/fullsize/dinosaur%20fun_47f95bafba1a8.jpg