Darwin’s Enigma: Fossils and Other Problems
by Luther Sunderland

A report of interviews with the heads of several curators of museums. The author asked them if they knew of any fossils of intermediate species that support the theory of evolution from a common ancestor. It was like pulling teeth to get intelligible answers from these people, but eventually they would say something like “None of the fossils in our museum clearly represent the links between the major phylums or subphylums.” They ingenuously imply that there is plenty of fossil evidence of evolution from one species to another, when in fact there is no fossil evidence at all in support of gradual or rapid evolution of any species from any other species. The book is repetitive because the author reports on the answers of multiple curators to the same questions. Overall the book makes a devastating case against evolution.

Year Read: 2006

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