Originally Posted by Kaysa
I'm assuming you mean do you have proof that the evolution has been viewed, otherwise whatever you asked me makes no sense. Anyways, there are examples of evolution in micro-organisms. You can just google it and find examples; mainly in catergories dealing with medicine. Many scientists are worried of the new strains of bacteria which are evolving and resistant to our medicines.
Examples of evolved macro-level creatures might be available, but I'd need to talk to a biology major to find that out.
It's called adaption, not evolution. They're both two different things. An organism evolving from say, for example, a monkey into a human is way different then a bacterial strand adapting to the medicines we have so it can survive.
Originally Posted by MrPwnzerz
So you think evolution and "growing up" are two uniquely different things? I took it to dictionary.com and the first two results that came up were this:
1.A gradual process in which something changes into a different and usually more complex or better form. See Synonyms at development.
2.The process of developing.
Every day that we live, we evolve, because we learn knew things and better ourselves. I could go into much more detail, but you seem smart, so I am sure you have a grasp on what I am saying?
Thanks for the compliment, if it was intended as one. And yes I grasp it but they're different and yet the same. I will concur that the dictionary meanings are very similar. BUT for a baby to grow into a kid into a teenager and finally into an adult, isn't evolution. All humans do it. (unless prematurely killed) For say a baby to change into a monkey would be evolution. Cause the being is completely changing into something it hasn't before. (although most evolutionists think we came from monkeys but so far we haven't gone back.