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Author Topic:   where was the transition within fossil record?? [Stalled: randman]
nator
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Message 98 of 304 (252985)
10-19-2005 9:20 AM
Reply to: Message 71 by randman
10-18-2005 3:06 PM


Re: Do it yourself!
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Modulous, first off, I am not a scientist, and secondly, I have little confidence that evo journals would publish such a study if it contained criticism of the basic evo paradigm.

You mean like Gould and Elderedge did?

...and became famous and hugely respected for doing?


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nator
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From: Ann Arbor
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Message 123 of 304 (253439)
10-20-2005 3:05 PM
Reply to: Message 120 by Modulous
10-20-2005 2:37 PM


Re: Understanding the others position
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I was referring to deep oceans where the bodies of the dead are undergoing decay by the time they hit the bottom. Whales often come into shallower water, which I am led to believe is more conducive for fossilization.

Let's also remember that when proto-whales were still at least partially land-dwelling creatures, they spent a lot of time in and around the edges of bodies of water.

Muddy marine environments are particularly well-suited to fossilization.

That's why we see many, many many fossils of trilobite.


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