In 1993, Stephen Jay Gould wrote in the magazine Natural History about the way living species things can be observed to have exactly the same characteristics throughout the fossil record:
Stasis, or nonchange of most fossil species during their lengthy geological lifespans, was tacitly acknowledged by all paleontologists, but almost never studied explicitly because prevailing theory treated stasis as uninteresting nonevidence for nonevolution . . . [T]he overwhelming prevalence of stasis became an embarrassing feature of the fossil record, but left ignored as a manifestation of nothing (that is, nonevolution). (S. J. Gould, “Cordelia’s Dilemma”, Natural History, February, p. 10-18.)
The only reason why evolutionists refer to the stasis in the fossil record as “embarrassing” is that if living things experience no changes, that invalidates the theory of evolution. This information, which shows that evolution never happened, is evidence for the fact of Creation.
|FOSSIL NO: ||SM2002 |
|AGE:||40 million years|
|LOCATION:||Gan Su, China|
|LIVING SPECIMENS:|| |