Stanley Friesen (
Thu, 26 Jan 1995 05:53:54 GMT

In article <3fv7ps$>,
Mark S. Whorton <> wrote:
>What is intriguing to me is that proponents of biological evolution
>fail to see the glaring deficiencies in their theories to which you
>have alluded. Namely, if there are no clear boundaries betweeen species,
>then why does the fossil record show such distinct boundaries.

Actually, in the case of humans and human-like fossils, the fossil
record *does* show indistinct boundaries. In fact they are so
unclear that there is still much debate as to the exact set of
fossils that should be included in the species Homo sapiens.


May the peace of God be with you.