Creation - Sequential Convergent Evolution?
nterest quote from the article
data that cover the first and last known appearances of no fewer than 36,380 separate marine genera, including millions of species that once thrived in the world's seas, later virtually disappeared, and in many cases returned.
If they are saying that there are millions of years of gaps in the fossil records of a certain species, why don't they consider the possibility that the fossil record may not be the sequential record they believe...
Do they think things evolved to the same form more than once over time? (An Ad Hoc explanation)
or perhaps the old excuse that the fossil record is not perfect? (Why is one pattern accepted then , and not another)