There is absolutely no evidence in fossils of evolution.
There are evidences.
The fossils are evidences.
But the fossils are just one of many evidences. They are not the only evidences for evolution.
Evidences are what would either refute a claim or what would verify and validate the claim.
The fossils demonstrated that the differences between species over given amount of time, revealed the changes that occurred.
Just because you don't believe what biologists say about evolution, doesn't mean much at all, if you don't understand what evolution is.
And if you haven't studied biology beyond high school science, what make you qualified to be authority to say it isn't science?
Does your job relate to in any way to biology?
And if you haven't studied biology or worked in any of the fields relating to biology, then your disagreement with others here, you are merely expressing your unsubstantiated opinions or belief, nothing more, nothing less.
Would you ask someone to design and build a bridge, who have never studied civil engineering, never designed bridges with consideration to safety specifications and regulations?
Would you ask a doctor who only specialised in mending bone fractures or breaks, to perform surgery on the brains?
The members of Discovery Institute who advocate for Intelligent Design, only few of them are biologists, most like the founders of the institute - Bruce Chapman and George Gilder - and senior members - like Steve Meyer and Phillip Johnson, all strong advocates for ID, but none of these 4 members have any background in science, or more specifically - biology.
What would Chapman know about evolutionary biology? His background, qualification and experiences only involved in journalism and politics.
Gilder's background is in the field of economics and also in journalism. No education in biology.
Johnson, who is the founder of ID movement, his qualification is in law, again no qualifications in biology, or in any science for that matter. So what would he know about biology?
Meyer is the only one of the four, who have qualifications in science - but his focus in college was in Earth science and physics, not in biology.
None of them have any experiences in biology or related fields, therefore none of them have any authority to say what is biology and what isn't biology.
What I do know is that Intelligent Design and their Institute have nothing to do with science.