The missing link
Scientists have for years been looking for the missing link among sculls from the past. The quarrels about whether humans come from the animal kingdom or somewhere else seem to be never-ending.
Professor Niles Eldredge, winner of the Nobel Prize, argues that evolution passes in leaps. The ecosystems cause evolution in leaps because of climatic changes, meteoric fall, and natural disasters. Charles Darwin who introduced Origin of the Species believed that evolution has past regularly and is primary genetic controlled.
According to Niles Eldredge there is no reason to look for the missing link. The missing link can easily be explained by the evolutionary leaps. We have got enough knowledge to establish evolution as a fact. In his opinion humans should rather care about what they are doing to the Earth today ...