Fossils are exceedingly significant because they clearly reveal, in a manner that anyone can understand, that evolution never happened. That is why the French zoologist Pierre Grassé says: Naturalists must remember that the process of evolution is revealed only through fossil forms. A knowledge of paleontology is, therefore, a prerequisite; only paleontology can provide them with the evidence of evolution. (Pierre Grassé, Evolution of Living Organisms, New York: Academic Press, 1977, p. 297) Yet all the work carried out by paleontologists over the past 150 years has presented evolutionists with a terrible disappointment. No traces of the past have provided any findings in support of evolutionists’ claims. All the fossils so far unearthed, without exception, indicate that living things are the work of our Omniscient Lord, not of blind chance.