Look at the fossil evidence presented here, and ask if the Darwinian stories told about them make any sense.
When a theory becomes a truism, scientists stop thinking about it. They simply refer to it as accepted truth, even if the evidence contradicts the theory. Some medieval physiologists did this with mystical vapors from body fluids they called “humors” that supposedly explained personalities. One person would be apathetic because his phlegm was active; he was “phlegmatic.” Another person acting optimistic because her blood was good; she was “sanguine.” A third would be “melancholy” if his black bile was predominating. It didn’t matter at the time that the evidence contradicted the diagnosis; this was their way of interpreting the world around them.
Today we have Darwinism and natural selection serving as truisms. Darwinism is the lens through which everything is viewed by Big Science and Big Media. If you can back away from the Darwin fogma and look at the evidence of the following fossils with unbiased eyes, would you accept what the Darwinians are saying about them? Would you really believe the fossils are tens of millions of years old? It may be difficult to do this, but try hard to just look at the evidence without any prior story about how old they are, what they had evolved from, and what they were evolving to become. Look at them as they just present themselves to your own eyes.
Amber fossils unlock true color of 99-million-year-old insects (Phys.org). The Chinese Academy of Sciences (if you can trust them) has a story to tell you about some insects they found in amber. First, what the insects look like (remember, no storytelling yet):
Researchers gathered a treasure trove of 35 amber pieces with exquisitely preserved insects from an amber mine in northern Myanmar….
The rare set of amber fossils includes cuckoo wasps with metallic bluish-green, yellowish-green, purplish-blue or green colors on the head, thorax, abdomen, and legs. In terms of color, they are almost the same as cuckoo wasps that live today, said Dr. Cai.