But we don't see any missing links to speak of, or creatures in transition.
(Once in a while some "scientist" will speculate and publish some "finding" which is generally discarded later) When we find a mutant in the higher level creatures, it is nearly always sterile.
Probably the best source of scientific evidence for Creation is the book, In the Beginning by Walter T. Brown does an excellent job of collating all the evidence from multiple researchers (including Gentry and Humphreys) and presenting it an a concise fashion.
Brown also has an excellent theory, revealed in a chapter called the One commonly used argument against the Creation week as detailed in Genesis is that the sun and moon were created on day four.
The chance of such a mutant finding an exact complementary mate within its lifespan would be extremely remote given the infrequency of mutations, and especially fertile mutations.
Yet scientific observation reveals that of all the hermaphroditic creatures, only the flatworm is self-fertilizing.
Following is a list of natural phenomena, adapted from an article entitled Evidence for a Young Universe, by D. Current evolutionary science states that our galaxy is around 10 billion years old and our solar system over 5 billion years old.
If the evolutionary process was to continue however, we would expect the continuation of asexual characteristics or possibly hermaphroditic characteristics (i.e. Moreover, an evolving hermaphroditic creature should be able to self-fertilize itself.
Without asexual characteristics or self-fertilizing hermaphroditic characteristics, how possibly could a mutant entity reproduce?
Each halo ring is identified by the appropriate isotope and its alpha energy in Me V (Million electron Volts)Idealized three-dimensional illustration of a 218 Po halo obtained by slicing the halo through the center.
Each halo ring is identified by the appropriate isotope and its alpha energy in Me V (Million electron Volts) Robert Gentry, a government laboratory researcher discovered that many halos were caused by original (not secondary) particles of Polonium 210 (210Po), Polonium 214 and Polonium 218.