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Both Charlie and Steve are intellectually dishonest and yes this is a strawman. I will show you how easy it is to know down.
First you go on to say,"the fossils found are only a fraction of what was alive. This is something that both sides of the debate can agree upon." But then you go on to say, "However, if evolution were true, we would expect a much greater number of fossils than what we have simply due to the time factor. Also, we would find a significantly greater number of total life forms that ever lived."
How do you go from they are hard to come by and then in your next "breath' state that the lack of fossil history is denies evolution. Wow! Lmbo. What is worse is that you don't explain why there is a lack hominid fossils. Let's give you guys a real science lesson.
Out of the fossil record we have, 95% is marine life
approx. 5% is algae and plant life
approx 0.025% is mammilan in nature.
Let's look at this. If a lion drops dead to the ground what happens to it? It decays or is eaten. Very rarely is it covered in mud with the proper minerals needed to fossilize. But then you already know this because you yourselves have stated that fossilization is a very rare event.
The second part that is dishonest, although you are absolutely correct in your ignorance is when you stated, "Many of these claimed transitions have been proven to be either 100% ape, 100% human, or fraud" What makes you correct with this statement although the context is wrong is that every hominid fossil you would find would be 100% the animal that it is. Are you still looking for your imaginary croc-a-duck? What you fail to realize is that all fossils are transition fossils.
You are correct on another thing. Fossil records to not demonstarte common ancestry by themselves. The nail in the coffin of creationism is DNA coupled with our fossil record. Really, there is no longer a debate silly theist.
Evolution is a fact.
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