If a few teeth of intermediate size and shape make “the most complete chain of human evolution,” then the evidence for human evolution must be quite modest.
Whatever Ardi was, everyone agrees the fossils was initially badly crushed and needed extensive reconstruction.
The fine tuning, what Denton calls anthropic prior fitness, would seem to require foresight and planning on literally a cosmic scale.
One or two examples are interesting. But where the argument gains dramatic force is in the accumulation of many examples.
Considering the number of fossils attributed to the human lineage, an absence of such fossils for the great African ape lineages raises an obvious suspicion.