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process, evolutionists can always change their story.

Imagine what would happen if the earliest tetrapods, instead of in the Devonian, were unexpectedly discovered much earlier in the Ordovician.

Coyne asserts that the unexplained origin of life is no problem for evolution because it is not part of evolutionary theory (p. Perhaps Coyne needs to inform Coyne insists that transitional forms not only exist, but also occur right where they are predicted to be in a stratigraphic sense. Nor are potential “transitions” necessarily limited to the “correct” Phanerozoic interval.

As an extreme example, consider those fish which are capable of ambling on land.

The greatest radiation of all took place early in the Cambrian period, when most of our animal phyla evolved: see List of animal phyla.

In the relative absence of competition, groups diversify to fill available habitats and niches. Robert L Carroll prefers to use the term major evolutionary transitions, though it turns out that all or most of these could also be described as adaptive radiations.

many lines underwent rapid radiation simultaneously. This must have something to do with the availability of ecological niches and relative absence of competition.

adaptation: Any heritable characteristic of an organism that improves its ability to survive and reproduce in its environment.

Furthermore, once-proclaimed “transitions” can be discarded entirely.

Think of all of those much-publicized “missing links” in human evolution that have met this fate.

A fossil is the preserved remains or trace of a plant or animal from the past. " Plants can be preserved with a carbon film on a piece of shale, an animal bone can be naturally replaced by minerals and preserved, or a footprint in the sand can harden into a fossil. Sediments have to accumulate over the organism in order to preserve it.

This could be a rapid burial, such as a volcanic eruption or mudslide, it could be sap from a tree oozing over an insect, or simply a slow sediment accumulation on the bottom of a lake.