Paleontologists now apply sophisticated mathematical techniques to assess the relative quality of particular fossil successions, as well as the entire fossil record.These demonstrate that, of course, we do not know everything (and clearly never will), but we know enough.On Making Marriage Work, twenty couples share their deepest struggles, conflicts and misconceptions about marriage.
Other critics, perhaps more familiar with the data, question certain aspects of the quality of the fossil record and of its dating.
Today, innovative techniques provide further confirmation and understanding of the history of life.
Biologists actually have at their disposal several independent ways of looking at the history of life - not only from the order of fossils in the rocks, but also through phylogenetic trees. Relative dating is done by observing fossils, as described above, and recording which fossil is younger, which is older.
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In the past 150 years they have not found any fossils that Darwin would not have expected.