Missing Link Quotes

Quotes tagged as "missing-link" (showing 1-4 of 4)
“In most people's minds, fossils and Evolution go hand in hand. In reality, fossils are a great embarrassment to Evolutionary theory and offer strong support for the concept of Creation. If Evolution were true, we should find literally millions of fossils that show how one kind of life slowly and gradually changed to another kind of life. But missing links are the trade secret, in a sense, of paleontology. The point is, the links are still missing. What we really find are gaps that sharpen up the boundaries between kinds. It's those gaps which provide us with the evidence of Creation of separate kinds. As a matter of fact, there are gaps between each of the major kinds of plants and animals. Transition forms are missing by the millions. What we do find are separate and complex kinds, pointing to Creation.”
Gary Parker

“Evolution requires intermediate forms between species and palaeontology does not provide them.”
David Kitts

Raheel Farooq
“The missing link between humans and apes? It's certainly those brutes who haven't yet learned to respect privacy.”
Raheel Farooq

Susan Block
“Studies are one thing, but then there’s just the way bonobos make you feel. They’re so “almost-human” on so many levels that science doesn’t even know how to test yet. Just look into any bonobo’s big brown eyes, and you may well feel like you’re connecting with a living version of the Missing Link.”
Susan Block, The Bonobo Way

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