Joined: Sep. 2006
|The problem with orthodox darwinism, as shown by the adaptive evolution of the horse, is that rather than there being a single short direct line in which the intermediates fit, the procession is tree-like in that it contains collateral branches, vastly increasing the numbers of transitionals.|
That's not a problem, but a prediction. The tree-like structure is one of the most important evidences of common descent.
You never step on the same tard twice—for it's not the same tard and you're not the same person.