> Tin: Scientists explained fossil gaps many decades ago.
> A. Fossilization is rare.
> B. Small physical size (contrast to hominids for example). Fossil gaps
> larger for smaller organisms and smaller for large organisms other
> things being
> C. Lacking in hard parts (the fossil record becomes almost instantly
> richer once
> shells evolve). Fossil gaps are larger for organisms lacking hard parts
> smaller for organisms with hard parts other things being equal.
> D. Species that lived for a short time are(some evolutionary transitions
> geologically brief, providing only a short window for fossilization) .
> things being equal there are fewer fossil for life forms that lived only
> a short
> E. Absence of fossilization conditions (special circumstances are
> required for
> fossilization to occur, the vast majority of life is NOT fossilized).
> F. Destruction of fossils (plate tectonics, erosion, human activity).
> G. Age: very old fossils are more likely to be destroyed. Other things
> equal there are more gaps for ancient life froms than more recent life
> A. Incorrect.
Tin: ..of course you are incorrect.
You can't even start with a correct
> There have been many new fossil finds.
Tin: Your response is not relevant to the fact
that fossilization is rare.
Are you claiming that most life
fossilizes Tong ? Are you having
another aliens, foot fetish, insanity
It is simply a fact that most life
Why are you arguing with reality ?