Actually, some creationists use the sparsity of our fossil record to argue against evolution, as in "Why isn't everything fossilized?" or "Where are your 'missing links'?" The reality is that fossilization is a process wholly dependent on ideal environmental circumstances, those of which very rarely occur. Plus, most of what could have been fossilized turned into oil, and we now use it to fuel our cars, planes, boats, etc. I like Hindus because they too believe that they're god. I have this in common with one billion people in an actual religion, along with mental patients in the western world. Saying "an Hindu," is no different from saying "an historic," or "an hospital," all it requires is that you simply drop the H when pronouncing the word after "an," which is something English speakers who speak King's do. Though I will remark that "an 'indu" is something I've never heard. You're arguing based on the knowledge of an American English speaker, and not one of Britain. Are you from Oregon?