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1. You have not "looked" at the fossil record. Further, if you did, you wouldn't know what to make of it since you don't seem to know the first thing about fossils or morphology, primitive and derived characteristics, species categories and so on. You don't even know what information can be learned from a fossil.
2. We have tons and tons and tons of hominin fossils.
Here's the wikipedia page listing fossil finds by site and not by number of bones (meaning that the no. of specimens is much higher than that list):
Here is the most comprehensive review paper I could find that is freely available. So you can read it if you honestly want to know these things. It lists only first fossil found and then includes a brief discussion of interpretations and subsequent fossils found:
The real beauty of that paper is that it describes the controversies in paleoanthropology. If you were truly interested in critiquing the findings of paleoanthropology, you'd read it. I don't believe that you are, though.
that moron Eagle wouldnt accept evolution unles god told him it happens...LOL