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Seeing as you can't win the point on limited adaptability, would you like to talk specifically about what evos have on whale evolution and exactly what it demonstrates? It's a favourite of mine.
Let's start with my demonstrating your current knowledge of this great mythical macroevolutionary change.
Did you know that the line up presented in every single biology book in the world is a misrepresentation of the actual tetrapod to whale line? They are representations of the ancestors of the direct line.
Did you know that a modern chevrotain/mouse deer skeleton is basically the same as Indohyus? Did you know a mouse deer dives to escape prey and shows no sign of changing nostrils?
Best of all do you know that basilosaurus has now been dated to 49mya and therefore the fossil evidence actually presents as basilosaurus having 'evolved' before a couple of its ancestors?
That is your fossil evidence for the transition from something like a deer to a modern whale.
Alternatively, Basilosaurus has nothing to do with whales. Whale bones have been found in the Michagan desert in land formation dated to 400my old.
Before I bother to find and post anything I'd like to see if I am going to be talking to another evo that has faith in the prevailing bias to offer and nothing else in his pocket.
You have to remember that you keep misinterpreting articles. I would like to know what you think they say. Then I will be able to show you what they do say.