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Author Topic:   questions evolutionists can't or won't answer
gene90
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Message 117 of 141 (17462)
09-15-2002 3:45 PM
Reply to: Message 116 by Bart007
09-15-2002 3:14 PM


[QUOTE][B]And there exist no rational reason for this evolutionary history to be missing, if evolution be true.[/QUOTE]

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Actually there are rational reasons. You can't get many fossils without hard parts for one. For another the Cambrian has had lots of time to be modified by metamorphism.

The first part of your post wasn't clear, perhaps you could elaborate?


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