For decades evolutionists with only a skull to work with pointed to “homo habilis” as one of the transition stages between man and monkey. Then in 1986 a near complete skeleton was discovered that showed the missing link was nothing more than another ape about three-foot tall with arms dangling down to his knees. Since before then had dated “homo habilis” relatively late, the scientists were forced into a corner. But they managed to do a two-step and now talk about rapid transition and quick change, a far cry from their constant repetition of millions of years. Why? They are married to their theory and will not move from it whatever the evidence shows. This is Just-A-Minute.