posted on Oct, 3 2009 @ 05:23 PM
I'm not a believer in evolution, per se, but you may want to look at this new discovery in China.
I believe that there were a lot more animals here at one time. I believe they were eliminated, either by man or by some other means. I believe in
the process of extinction, not evolution.
Science shows over 70 phyla on Earth in the past. Today we have 30. That smacks of extinction, not evolution. There may have been a lot of
"transitional forms" around, like salamanders and frogs, or chimps and gorillas. They're dead and gone, bones to be dug up, not necessarily having
any descendants, therefore no evolution.
We just happen to be around when the leftovers are here, and all those "transitional forms" are gone, like holes in Swiss cheese. We think we know,
but do we really? Aren't we just guessing they had descendants and those descendants were slightly different due to processes of
adaptation/elimination? Why not extinction?