Are you sure about this? The definition of evolution is the change in allele frequency. With the widespread of introduction of anti-biotics and how bacterial populations everywhere have reacted to them, I'd say that bacteria is a perfect demonstration of evolution.
Randman is sure that his definition of evolution has never been observed. Note how he lumps all of "bacteria" into a single "form."
Rand(straw?)man is yet another of the misguided Creationists who, despite everyone's best efforts to educate him, has never been able to understand that the Theory of Evolution does not and never has suggested that a microbe should give birth to a chihuahua, or that a snake should lay an egg that hatches a chicken.
Randman will say that "we have never seen a bacteria produce anything as offspring other than more bacteria," completely missing the point when it comes to actual changes in allele frequency in populations. Until e coli morphs into a hamster or we actually observe a change on a level higher than the species level ("kind" seems to be something similar to "family," I think), he'll dismiss any speciation or other observed confirmation of the predictions of evolution as "adaptation within kinds."
By that definition, creationists are evolutionists.
That is the definition, randman.
It always has been.
Look it up sometime.
quote:evÂ·oÂ·luÂ·tion /ËŒÉ›vÉ™ËˆluÊƒÉ™n or, especially Brit., ËŒivÉ™-/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[ev-uh-loo-shuhn or, especially Brit., ee-vuh-] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation â€“noun 1. any process of formation or growth; development: the evolution of a language; the evolution of the airplane. 2. a product of such development; something evolved: The exploration of space is the evolution of decades of research. 3. Biology. change in the gene pool of a population from generation to generation by such processes as mutation, natural selection, and genetic drift. 4. a process of gradual, peaceful, progressive change or development, as in social or economic structure or institutions. 5. a motion incomplete in itself, but combining with coordinated motions to produce a single action, as in a machine. 6. a pattern formed by or as if by a series of movements: the evolutions of a figure skater. 7. an evolving or giving off of gas, heat, etc. 8. Mathematics. the extraction of a root from a quantity. Compare involution (def. 8). 9. a movement or one of a series of movements of troops, ships, etc., as for disposition in order of battle or in line on parade. 10. any similar movement, esp. in close order drill.
Relevant portion in bold.
Please don't try to pretend you've never been told this, randman.