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Fossil Records
Punctuated Equilibrium- Suggests that evolution occurs during short periods of sudden, drastic change with long periods of little or no change.
This does not solve the problem of missing links. It is basically an admission to dismiss the fact that there is no fossil evidence for gradual change in a species.
In fact the fossil records show that animals tend to remain relatively unchanged throughout their time on Earth; not slowly developing into new species as evolutionist claim. In every case for a species evolution, there is more than one missing link.
Cambrian Explosion
The cambrian explosion, is also sometimes called the biological big bang.  Most textbooks never mention it, and the ones that do relegate it to a short phrase or paragraph as if it is some insignificant detail. During the cambrian explosion, fossils of at least 19-and as many as 50- radically new and complex animal groups, with radically different body types, appear suddenly at one time.
The Cambrian age in the geologic time scale is dated by scientists as being about 530 million years old.  What is really interesting is not just what is found in this layer, but what is found in the layers above it, and what is not found in layers under it.  The Cambrian layer has virtually every phyla known to man.  Yes, all major body plans and enormous varieties of each all coexist in this layer.  No evolutionary sequence here, they are all coexistent simultaneously. 
Remarkably the layers below the Cambrian have practically nothing with regard to fossilized specimens.  The few creatures that are found in pre-Cambrian strata are all soft-bodied organisms like worms.  So essentially you have nothing along the lines of organic complexity and diversity pre-Cambrian, and then suddenly everything.  But wait, it gets even more interesting.  To compound this huge problem the number of species fossilized in the layers above the Cambrian period gradually decrease with each successive layer.  Once you reach the most recent layers approximately 98% of every thing that has ever lived is extinct. 
Concerning the stratum layers there is:
  1. A continuious deposition from beginning to end.
  2. No erosion in between layers.
  3. Actual ripple marks in some layers
  4. In some stratum layers there exists vertical tree trunks, with the same tree making its way up from top to bottom!


This evidence leads us to believe that there was a great flood some time ago. That the stratum layers were formed by sediment piled on top one another by flood waters.