Some Creationists point to the Cambrian explosion as evidence against evolution. They point to the fossil record. Hmmm. What fossil record? What Cambrian era? When was that Cambrian era anyway? Before or after the big flood? 10 thousand years ago? Six thousand? Or 500 million? I'm sorry, but these guys are all over the map.
Here's the Ellis/Theo post:
And a fairly succinct rebuttal:
But the real question is, if all these layers were created in the "great flood" and laid down quickly a few thousand years ago, where are the giraffes in the Cambrian layer? Or Pebbles? Or Bam Bam? And how can one use the fossil record and DNA to support an argument on one hand and deny it on the other?
So, yeah, the Cambrian layer. That's as good a place as any to start. (Except, of course, for the Pre-Cambrian layer.)