|Swap Sheet Answer - May 1997|
|"Q: WHY DO ELEPHANTS paint their toenails red? A: So they can hide in cherry trees. Q: Have you ever seen an elephant in a cherry tree? A: No. Q: It works pretty well, doesn't it?" What does this old joke have to do with evolution? You would know if you subscribed to Disclosure. Write for a free sample copy. Science Against Evolution, P.O. BOX 923, Ridgecrest, CA 93556.||
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The fact that you don't see elephants hiding in cherry trees does not prove they are hiding there. The fact that you don't see transitional forms in the fossil record does not prove that they are hiding there. The theory of Punctuated Equilibrium is based on the fact that you don't see any elephants in the cherry trees.
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