"Consequently if this theory be true it is indisputable that before the lowest Cambrian stratum was deposited, long periods elapsed, as long as, or probably far longer than, the whole interval from the Cambrian age to the present day; and that during these vast periods the world swarmed with living creatures."
"To the question why we do not find rich fossiliferous deposits belonging to these assumed earliest periods prior to the Cambrian system I can give no satisfactory answer . . . Nevertheless, the difficulty of assigning any good reason for the absence of vast piles of strata rich in fossils beneath the Cambrian system is very great."
"So that the number of intermediate and transitional links, between all living and extinct species, must have been inconceivably great. But assuredly, if this theory be true, such have lived upon the earth."
Origin of Species
See the problem here?
Yes it can be reproduced in a lab and no it's not just from analyzing bone structures.Can you reproduce evolution in a lab? No? Oh it's conjecture from analyzing bone structures? I see... so evolution really isn't science, but conjecture.
Yes. Ironically, DNA is another line of evidence that backs up evolution.Did you know that DNA contains digital instructions sets for creating every component of a symbiotic biological android which is both symbiotic internally and externally?
I think your problem is that you're assuming there's no answer to some of these supposed questions you're raising. Somebody out there told you there's these holes in the theory of evolution. And you didn't check to see if those holes actually existed.And that just happened ... and I'm dumb for questioning the now-ancient reasoning of Chuck Darwin.
One of you will end up here next!