Although there are countless questions that Darwinists cannot answer, they continue to defend their theories with blind devotion. For example, they leave unanswered the question of, "What was the supposed forerunner of the bush cricket?" So do they the question of, "Through what stages did ground crickets pass in their descent from this supposed forebear?" And also, the question, "If these creatures developed in stages, how can we account for the fact that ground crickets that lived 125 million years ago are identical to those alive today?" The list of such questions can be lengthened enormously. All these unanswered questions are an indication of the scale of the predicament in which Darwinism finds itself.