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One of the most tiresome creationist arguments against evolution tries to claim that then surely there must be examples of transitional fossils that would show characteristics of both, or perhaps an intermediate stage.
I use the horse example because the fossil record of horses is exceptionally well represented with many finds.
Stephen Jay Gould famously addressed this argument by pointing out that the fact of gravity is that things fall, and our theory of gravity began with Isaac Newton and was later replaced by Einstein's improved theory.
The current state of our theory to explain gravity does not affect the fact that things fall.
The next argument to be prepared for is that This argument has become increasingly popular in recent years as creationists have tried to bolster their own position by decorating it with scientific-sounding words like intelligent design.
And as they try to convince us that their own position is science based, they correspondingly mock evolution by calling it a religion of those who worship Darwin as a prophet and accept its tenets on faith since there is no evidence supporting evolution.
Learn the basic arguments against science made by Young Earthers, and how to rebut them.
by Brian Dunning Filed under General Science, Natural History, Religion Skeptoid Podcast #65 September 11, 2007 Podcast transcript Debating with a Young Earth Creationist is actually really easy, because they only have a few standard arguments, and haven't come up with any new cogent ones for some time.
So in this respect, every significant aspect of evolution has been exhaustively observed and documented, many times over.
This is true, but it misstates what observation consists of.
There's a lot of observation in science where we have to use evidence of an event: certain chemical reactions, subatomic particle physics, theoretical physics; all of these disciplines involve experimentation and observation where the actual events can't be witnessed.
Young Earth Creationists also argue that One of the fundamentals of any science is that it's falsifiable.
If a test can be derived that, if it were to fail, falsified a proposition, then that proposition meets a basic test of being a science.