The arguments presented by these sources (even if they were correct) do not have any relevance whatsoever to cellular biology or the theory of evolution.
It must be noted that Comfort, and several of his sources, deliberately and maliciously confuse the theory of evolution with abiogenesis and cosmology, the fields that address the origin of life and/or the origin of the universe.
Evolution: A Fairy Tale for Grownups is a book authored by Ray Comfort, published in 2008.
In this book, Ray asks a series of questions that he hopes will undermine people's acceptance of the theory of evolution.
However, the truth is that the theory of evolution does not and is not meant to explain such questions.
Evolution only explains and answers the divergence of life after it started (just as chemistry doesn't seek to explain how chemicals came into existence).
There are handfuls of the references provided by Comfort that stay on point, but they do not damage the theory of evolution as Comfort wishes they did.
Creationists tend to use the Achilles Heel fallacy, and think if they can prove that there are no fossils or that a few of them were faked, then the entire theory of evolution is destroyed. There are vast amounts of data and peer-reviewed papers (which creationists obviously and deliberately ignore) examining the evidence for the Cambrian explosion and transitional fossils, and the fact is these “arguments” are wrong and have been known to be wrong for a very long time.Oftentimes, the quotes and claims that are outdated no longer apply because years of scientific research has built a stronger understanding of the theory of evolution (as well as many other scientific fields).For instance, quoting a source over a decade old about the lack of transitional fossils is useless, especially over the past recent years of many findings of numerous transitional fossils, making the older claims moot and worthless.Many of the quotes brought up by Comfort's sources do not address the theory of evolution in the slightest.For example, several of Comfort's sources address the religiosity of Albert Einstein or try to prove the historicity or credibility of the Bible.