The more we find of fossil forms, the more evidence amasses that nothing has ever evolved. A new article entitled, “Tiny new fossil helps rewrite crab evolution, sheds lights on late Jurassic marine world,” one more discovery that life forms have not changed is added to this list. Ironically the title has nothing to do with the evidence. No rewrite of crab evolution. No light shed on late Jurassic marine world. Nothing learned except that nothing has evolved.
The fossil is a tiny larval form of a crab of some sort. After some useless blather about millions of years and crabs and evolution, the final thought reads,
“True crabs as a group are comparably young, starting to diversify only about 100 million years ago (mya), with a dramatic increase in species richness beginning approximately 50 mya — though the early evolution of crabs is still very incompletely known.”
But since the evolution of crabs is incompletely known, what do we know of diversification richness occurring 50 mya? This is snake oil for “we see lots of fossil crab forms in layers of rock 50 mya but we don’t know how they got there.”