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"Go behind the scenes and explore our vast collections, meet our staff and talk one on one with our scientists. The opening of Evolving Planet takes visitors on an awe inspiring journey through 4 billion years of life on earth; from single-celled organisms to towering dinosaurs and our extended human family... ...Unique fossils, animated videos, hands-on interactive displays, recreated sea and landscapes help tell the compelling story of evolution.
Originally posted by junglejakeField Museum: Why do you think it is that most of our fossil record contains species that we can now identify by just finding a single bone and, in the case of dinosaurs, know that species existed for millions of years, when, through an evolutionary process, we would expect to find far more transitory species instead of distinct species?
Originally posted by melatonin
maybe whale evolution, there are some transitionals for their evolution now. Could be a good one considering Behe use it as an argument.
Originally posted by ChemicalLaser
Many, if not all, scientific theories that have been abondoned in the past were abondoned because of an experiment or observation that conclusively and unambiguously demonstrated the theory's failure. Can you describe or imagine an experiment or observation that would disprove the theory of evolution?