I'll just pause to acknowledge that you're shifting the goal posts here. I'm aware of what you're doing (ask for evidence for proposition A, receive it, ignore it, exclaim that evidence for proposition Z was not presented and that therefore proposition Z is correct). However, I don't care. I'm not writing this for you - you will never change your mind. I am writing for others that might be open-minded and looking for the truth.Also, this copy error, this duplication of a nucleotide sequence, will not and cannot code for any new or nascent tissue, limb, or organ in order for the E.coli to change into an organism that is not an E.coli. There is no evidence of intra-evolution or macroevolution or transmutation of species.
Allow me to quote Lenski again: "The inability to use citrate as an energy source under oxic conditions has long been a defining characteristic of E. coli as a species". This mutation "transcends the phenotypic boundaries of a diverse and well studied species". Now, neither Lenski or I think this represents the evolution of a different species, but it is a radical change in E. coli.
"Intra-evolution" and "macroevolution" are both made-up nonsense words that appear to place boundaries where there are none. "Transmutation" is a term that has fallen out of use since evolution began to be studied. I'm also amused at the idea E. coli has tissues, limbs and organs.