Yes. And I answered that on #7015:<quoted text>
I already answered you and you know it. You are just running the mouth posing again.
again 7010 your link
"The theory of evolution does not state - give a really interesting report on what you have learned about penguins.
All the penguins are like just their parents and have offspring just like them. There is no amount of random/experimental/observable variation in a flock of penguins. Which later becomes another separate species.
Nice try. And a rather interesting report on what is observable with penguins. Even if none of it is relevant to the theory of evolution/variation/resulting in new species. "
"Your post #7003 above, you asked: "Where is a flock of fish eating birds where some are developing gills, some are developing larger lungs etc etc."
I gave you EVIDENCE OF EVOLUTION of birds that developed a more efficient cario-respiratory system (exactly what you were asking for) in response to envirionmental stresses.
The changes in penguins did not happen within the last 50 years, I'm sorry. Penguins were once flying birds that began their evolution into what is now recognized as their species about 65 million years ago.
Your demands of acceptance of evolution are cartoonishly unrealistic. And your continued refusal to even consider the vast evidence is denial.
It's as if you would expect the next generation of penguins to be born with full SCUBA gear as part of their physiology."