Excuse me sir, but is could you cover some evidence backing up evolution?I have some curiosity in regards to Fossil Records and Molecular Biology.
Title: Evidence Regarding Fossil Records and Molecular BiologyIntroduction:
Fossils have been observed in rocks of all ages. The most effective fossils of organisms are found in the oldest rocks, and the more complex fossils of organisms are found in the most modern rocks. This lends itself to Darwin's evolutionary theory of simple existential bureaucracy evolving step by step into something more complex.
Evidence 1 Explain(Continued)
Evidence for an early mode of existence comes from fossils. By analyzing fossils, scientists can learn how life has changed over the course of its existence on Earth.
As for Molecular Biology,the molecular structure of life reflects a lineage with changes. Evidence for the common ancestry of all life is reflected in the ubiquity of DNA as genetic material and the near-universality of the genetic code and the mechanisms of DNA replication and expression.
Biologists often compare the sequences of related genes found in different species (often called homologous or orthologous genes) to figure out how those species are evolutionarily related to one another. The basic idea behind this approach is that two species have the same gene because they inherited it from a common ancestor.
I just know you got your information from the following URLs!-https://www.khanacadem y.org/science/ap-biology-https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih .gov/books/NBK230201/-https://www.britannica.com/science/evolution-scientific-theory/The-fossil-record-https://biologos.org/common-questions/what-does-the-fossil-record-show