I have a problem with the theory of evolution. Here are a few arguments that I have yet to see debunked. Feel free to do so if I am missing something here. 1. If primates evolved into humans, then why are monkeys and other primates still around? 2. If monkeys and other primates are still around, then why aren't the rest of the "missing links" still around as well? 3. If the rest of the "missing links" are gone completely without a trace, then the argument would be that they were inferior and died off. Correct? 4. If the "missing links" were inferior and died off then how are there humans today? The process supposedly took thousands of years so the species in-between primates and humans would have had to each survive for very long periods of time. Clearly the species evolved into a stable species, so wouldn't it be safe to say that the inbetween links would each be stronger and more prone to survive than the last? How is every last one gone without a trace? 5. If the in-between links were each stronger and more prone to survive than the last then I ask you again, how is it that the weakest of the primate/human transition (monkeys, primates, etc) are still around, and not ANY of the more human-like more stable species that they supposedly evolved into has ever been found? 6. If the "missing links" are all gone completely due to them being inferior species, then how did they survive long enough to allow the process of evolution to get to where it is today, and then every single link disappeared except for the original primates? The argument can't be made that they all finished evolving to humans in one lifetime. You'd think even one missing link fossil would be found, if not millions. 7. If we can find dinosaur skeletons/fossils from 135 million years ago then why can't we find any fossils of other stages of evolution (particularly human) that supposedly ALL took place well after the dinosaurs were completely gone? (Nothing can be found from the past 10,000 years and yet we can find plenty from 135 million years ago.....?) Discuss.