Wait a sec, lets get our terms straight.<quoted text>
You are conflating unsupported bullshit by creatards with debunking.
And once again, the laboratory test of E. coli that evolved the ability to digest citrate was not adaptation. The inability of E. coli to digest citrate is well known. In fact during the test they took these precaution to make sure that it was NOT adaptation:
Now you can make all of the unsupported creatard "adaptation" claims that you want. In this case we know that you are wrong.
Developing the ability to digest citrate was an adaptation. All evolution is adaptation (with the exception of drift). Evolution is just a load of adaptation, iteration after iteration, with new variation entering via mutations and selected for, or against, by survival and reproductive fitness.
What I want to hear is Russell's explanation of how he thinks this process somehow stops at some point, because if it dos not, that IS evolution!