We see the claim over and over "All the major phyla appear at once", so that shows creation.
Just wondering what the creationists would predict that the fossil record would show if evolution was true.
Would see first prokaryotes, then unicellular eukaryotes, then sponges, then jellyfish, then "worms"?
Whoops, we *do* see that.
OK, so what then? What order would we expect to see the bilaterian phyla? Would molluscs and arthropods have to appear before vertebrates? What about plants --- shouldn't they be *before* the animals?
Lots of opportunities here, but I'll see what this post brings in.
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