Previously I wrote this blog entry: What is a true transitional?
Logically we have to qualify what a transitional is. I defined it as a species between designs. For example an ape, whether extinct or extant is designed to be arboreal, and thereby dwell in trees, but a human is a bipedal designed to walk uprightly on two legs. So to transition you need to go through many imperfect stages in between the two states of being.
Logically, just now think, given there are millions of species on earth, how many organisms should look anatomically CLUMSY, because they are transitioning, in an 'imperfect stage' between what they were and what they're becoming? We should expect to see hundreds and hundreds of imperfect animals, like the ones they claimed to exist in the past like some sort of archaic-raptor, pre-avian.
Yet we see ZERO living transitionals. every organism, even Chimeras designed to live in two environments, are complete and whole designs.
--.Also, generations differ between seed plants and humans/apes, seed-plants have much quicker generations. Bacteria-years aren't the same as human years, 200 years for us might well be a million years for bacteria - so we should see plenty of evolution on earth, but we don't see any.
But the main point of argument is that because every organism has a different rate of generation, evolution should be shown to be at very different stages, for different creatures. A bacteria-year is not a human year, and a seed-plant year is not a human year. It differs greatly across the spectrum of life, which means logically we should expect to see hundreds of imperfect, transitioning creatures.
To argue, "But we all evolved from the same ultimate ancestor, so we are all equally evolving," - that is not a line of reasoning that holds water, because evolution is supposed to be always able to happen and is supposed to have created everything. For it to hide all of it's transitional species from us, would be quite ridiculous to expect.
Before you dismiss what I say, just think about it for a moment - how many imperfect species would have to exist before a Crocodilomorph, (an arboreal, imaginery lizard-type thing), glided with 'flaps' an eventually became a bird? How many 'transitions' of imperfect, crude, blatantly evolutionary, 'stages' would have to exist? The same question can be asked for whales - a quadruped land-mammal is designed to walk on all fours, and a whale is designed to be a mammal of the sea, so then how many imperfect transitions would we expect to see? Between any such niches, we expect crude transitionals to exist. Think of an ape now, trying to evolve into a Biped - would it not look crude to see the ape-man living on the plains, away from trees, his ungainly walk, - yet when we see a human or a horse walk, they walk with complete grace.
That is because humans and horses were designed for land, and apes were designed for trees.
CONCLUSION: I expect to see 'transitionals' everywhere, if evolution is so prevailent in nature. I see none. Furthermore I see that every species is a whole design, viable, with all of the tools needed to do it's job, perfect for it's specific job. This consolidates the fact of design in nature, and the absence of any true evolution. It is inescapable, even all of the nature programs by the likes of Attenborough, can only showus already-perfect designs, that astonish us all. But where are all the crude designs we would expect to see, if evolution is responsible for amphibians, reptiles, mammals, etc - we are told evolution created everything, yet we see it creating nothing, because there is no such thing as any genuine transitional creature. It's the same in the fossils, you don't find, 'imperfect' morphs - even think now of Archaeoptic-tricks, their fave dino-bird, yet even that was a perfect flyer, a Chimera with no imperfections. Indeed, every fossil they ever found of extinct organisms, also just happened to be whole and perfect designs. We don't see transitions in fossils, nor do we see them in the living. Think of how many millions of forms of life there are, and every form is perfect, not in 'transition', NOT imperfect, but actually perfect.
Just take any one species, and ask yourself, 'is this an imperfect transition between states'.
I'll pick one for you, a spider. It is, whole as a design, in every sense of the word. Not only can it produce glue with the correct viscosity to catch prey in it's web without them bouncing off, but it can also create the different types of silk needed, both for web and for sheet-webbing. It also has the correct oil so it doesn't stick to it's own web. It also has the correct vibrating muscular apparatus to detect vibrations through it's leg tips, from the web it has created, with the correct spokes on the web, and the correct software to enable it to build the web.
Now - what was it before and what is it transitionning into? NOTHING. There are no transitionals for it, nor is it one, nor will it ever be. The same can be said of every organism, a whole list of, 'correct' anatomy is in every design of creature, and none of them appear to be in 'imperfect transitions', and clearly none ever have been, whether fossilized or alive.
Don't believe me? Then think of a fossil - a complete fossil, was it a complete creature, could it do it's job? I shall pick one for you - a Pterosaur. It had everything it needed, even a pteroid bone. No transition, it was whole. Same can be said of all of the dinosaurs, and everything ever fossilized - whole and complete, not, 'imperfectly transitioning'. Even all of the Cambrian creatures, the earliest living things, were complete, the trilobites compound eye being perhaps the most sophisticated eye in creation.