Evolutionist Richard Dawkins set out his evidence claiming that evolution was a fact and that his book would demonstrate it. He assured the reader that he offered proof beyond reasonable doubt, with evidence more convincing, more incontrovertible, than any ever used. Dawkins even went as far as to say, ...no unbiased reader will close the book doubting it. In reply, Wayne Talbot shows that Dawkins' science is often faulty with essential proof points ignored. Talbot reveals how Dawkins' evidence is largely circumstantial or correlating rather than substantive, and how his argument style suffers from the same logical fallacies of which he accuses others. Talbot continues by pointing out how much of Dawkins case is based on a materialistic philosophy rather than scientific fact.Examining the evidence in Richard Dawkin's book The Greatest Show on Earth, Wayne Talbot demonstrates the weakness of the arguments and how Dawkins' scientific hypotheses and inferences have been discredited by later research. He challenges you to consider the question, If the evolution theory has been proven, then shouldn't we reasonably ask, What specifically has been proven, and what is the evidence In failing to define what he is attempting to prove, we clearly see The Dawkins Deficiency, and why his proof of evolution does NOT evidence The Greatest Show on Earth.