Originally Posted by DarkAztek
No, it shouldn't. Adaptation is not all that is evolution. There is much more to it than that. There are mutations and abiogenesis to talk about, just to name a few. Mircro-evolution does not equal all of evolution. Pick up a book and read about it some time. (Btw, I believe I've only uses the word "synonymous" twice, with this counting as one of them... And? Oh noesch! A word!)
And again, NO. That is only a PART of adaptation. Adaptation has a few different variances. Please, please, please, PLEASE pick up a book and read about it. I readlly don't have the time to explain the difference.
Or there just aren't enough differences and you don't feel like trying to debate this through. I have read several books and or articles about this. (And including your last post I'd count if not 4, 3 times. Just to make sure we're being addequite in our calculations with at least one thing in this thread.)
Do we, as mankind, have any proof that things have mutated? Over history, meaning all documented time, have we observed mutation? I honestly don't know myself, so I'd like to be enlightened on this matter.
And by abiogenesis, if you mean the theory of primordial soup, it's possible. But how is it probable? For a soup of different bacterial-sized organisms to gather into one area creating a soup-like material, where there is technically nothing other then them themselves? For this to happen, at the supposed earliest stage of life (during the creation of the earth/beginning of life), those bacteria would've had to be pretty smart. And there wasn't, at least to our knowledge, any gravitity at that point. SO nothing could pull all these organisms together.
(My direct apologies, I was confusing yourself with one of the other members in this thread that used the word synonymous at least 3 times.)