Standard flavors of evolution demand that the vast bulk of all fossils be intermediate forms, and all anybody has ever found are a tiny handful of ambiguous cases, despite a frantic search covering 150 years or thereabouts.
Now you are just showing your ignorance. Fossils of intermediate forms have actually been predicted as to their geologic locations. Even though eg, Tiktaalik i seen to be an intermediate of the EUstenopteron family, it works as a "branch clade" of a series of precursors to amphibians. A rule of evolution is that the more species available , the more descendents possible. Anyone who actually believes that theres a one for one descendency of mother to daughter species does not understand how the process works, (even though one of the Creationists (like gunga)tries to misrepresent what science is really saying).
I dont mind typos but youve missed his name's spelling by quite a bit. Try to at least get that part right. Ernst Mayer had nothing to do with Punctuated Equilibrium, in fact he was dubious of it. Gould and Eldredge were not able to cobble togethre all the intermediate fossils for their own foeld work on PE , they only looked at aseries of specific Brachiopods. Since then, a number of intermediates have been found and the evolutionary sequence of the very fossils that started punctuated equilibrium, are no longer even valid.
The fact that geosciences and paleo and radiochemistry come together and agree so closely in determining the temporal and geographical locations of intermediate fossils, I find to be a natural evolution of the accuracy of the sciences.
Cretionists are merely banging their heads against the wall and are ignoring vast parts of science to come up ith their "half vast" myth based hypotheses of a Bibblically based sequence and timeline of life on earth.
I think its a preciously naive and cute mind set and worldview. Its like being drop kicked one hundred years into the past qwhere things qwere simpler and our high school science books actually mentioned "Flood deposits" of the "Great Flood"