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|Quote (Daniel Smith @ Sep. 23 2007,17:17)|
|Quote (JAM @ Sep. 23 2007,10:37)|
But that's a book, not the primary literature.
But the opinions of an actual paleontologist aren't actual evidence.
But quotes aren't evidence, either.
How about opinions quoted from a book by Richard Dawkins?
They don't constitute original research either, but at least they are arguments. Not like some "John Do says that the fossil record disproves gradualism".
If you want to disprove the current theory, you have to provide some new evidence or a better interpretation of the observations.
You first need to define what you call "transitional species" between "types".