Darwin’s theory (a) predicts that fossil transitions between different types of organisms will be found. When transitions were not found, evolutionists proposed punctuated equilibrium (b), where the transitional forms existed briefly, and were not fossilized. Model (C) represents the fossil record with regards to the origin of the phyla. The sudden appearance of organisms points to design, not evolution.
Punctuated Equilibrium: theory in evolutionary biology which proposes that most species will exhibit little net evolutionary change for most of their geological history, remaining in an extended state called stasis; when significant evolutionary change occurs, it is generally restricted to rare and rapid events of branching speciation called cladogenesis (process by which a species splits into 2 distinct species, rather than 1 species gradually transforming into another)