Wednesday, May 20, 2009

The eighth wonder of the world!

Missing link found, and a whole lot of folks are about to hear about it.


Scientists have unveiled a 47-million-year-old fossilised skeleton of a monkey hailed as the missing link in human evolution.

Not to over-blow this, considering that there are many links that have already been discovered. But this one seems to help make the case for evolutionary biology a little more clear (as if it wasn't already perfectly clear!!!). That this story will be finding a mass audience is a very good thing, but it won't change the minds of many creationists. Their stubbornness to facts is astonishing, as they frequently prove. I still look forward to their attempts at spinning this story.

Now once we actually discover incontrovertible life forms on another planet, then the argument will actually advance greatly. Until then, we're going to keep having the same arguments we've been having since Darwin.

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