How can we aid you?<quoted text>
To "aid an animal" is not to create anything. I can aid an animal by chopping off it's cancerous leg. Another classic one is sickle-cell anaemia which aids by improving resistance to malaria at the cost of giving the organism another disease. You can stop burglars picking your lock by breaking it.
I'm aware of the E. coli experiments by Richard Lenski. They developed an ability to grow in aerobic citrate by breaking a pre-existing enzyme not manufacturing a new one. And 60 000 generations later, they were not only still bacteria but E. coli. This is evidence against mutation creating anything.
Fair enough about the rolling stone analogy, I struggle to come up with one too. If you give me good enough evidence for Darwinian evolution, I will believe in it.
The sickle cell mutation is a good example of co-evolution. Yes, the sickle cell condition causes a disease, but in the presence of malaria, having this trait confers a selective advantage. It isn't perfect, but perfection is not part of the theory of evolution.
Ah, yes, downplaying Lenski's experiment by claiming it didn't achieve what it was never designed to achieve. Much like calling the Wright brothers discovery a failure because they did not achieve low earth orbit when that wasn't a goal.
The ability to use citrate required at least two mutations. You fail again.
You have got to find better and more up to date propaganda to draw on. Shoddy, just shoddy.