Yes, we did whales. You lost that one, in case you forgot.<quoted text>
We've already done whales, looser. We found descendants that predate their ancestors.
Tetrapods appear suddenly in the fossil record dated to 395mya. How about you talk about your nested hierarchies that root into tetrapoda, now that tiktaalic, the so called first tetrapod, has been falsified.
Do you want to see some other tetrapods than Tiktaalic? There are quite a few. You can see some of them in this article:
Please note, we already had quite a few very fishy land tetrapods. Tiktaalic was important since it was definitely more fishy than land based.
You will probably deny this evidence too.
So Maz, we know you are a creationist. Exactly what sort of creationist are you? You do realize that there is a huge gamut from Kent Hovind's biblical literalism to Michael Behe who believes we evolved, he just believes it is not possible to evolve without god.
What exactly do you believe and why? Or are you too chicken to say?