Paul wrote: "I've posted requests twice to others to define what they mean by 'transitional form'. I have posted mine. When we agree what the word means, we will be able to discuss the matter" I don't remember your definition, but I would say that defining that word in such a way as to make discusion possible may be beyond us. But I'll try. Transitional form: A creature which shows the partial progression between two creatures which are extremely dissimilar, where the 3 creatures in consideration are part of an actual evolutionary progression, such that creature C is a descendant of B and B is a descendant of A. Paul wrote: "I have agreed previously that this is true. I have not changed my mind. However, evolution is a process, which, to the best of their ability to discern, many men of science and 'non-diploma-possessing' people, is the best explanation of why we are what and where we are." Whether or not everyone on the planet (or just a majority, or just a majority of the scientists) agrees or not has nothing to do with truth, or the evidence and logic behind what we think to be true. It seems to me you've agreed with this type of statement before too, but in the end you are still using it as your justification for thinking it (evolution) to be true. JA --------------------------------- Be a better Heartthrob. Get better relationship answers from someone who knows. Yahoo! Answers - Check it out.