Michael Ruse sums up evolutionists" difficulties in the face of the fossil record in these terms: "He [Darwin] had to show not only why he thought there would be few if any transitional forms but also why the fossil record starts so suddenly. The record does not go very gradually from the most primitive up to the most complex but starts off with a bang with really quite complex and sophisticated forms." (Michael Ruse, The Evolution Wars: A Guide to the Debates, Rutgers University Press, 2001, p. 49) Darwinists insist on refusing to see this groundlessness. The theory of evolution has been defeated by fossil findings, which have in turn demolished evolution. The 95-million-year-old fossil Elopidae pictured here is one of these discoveries that invalidate evolution.