Evolutution has never been observed and it never will. If evolution were true - transitional evidence should be abundantly available in fossilized forms. Period. The fact that paleontologists and anthropologists have been looking for them ever since Darwin fabricated his bogus theory says they don't exist.<quoted text>
Do you really think evolution happens within an individual animal such that it could be "observed" actually changing? That's insane and has absolutely nothing to do with evolution.
There is a big difference between environmental adaptation within a species and evolution involving transitional forms from one species to an entirely different one i.e. lizards to birds. Fish might adapt to pesticides in their watery environment over a period of time, but they are not going to sprout wings and tail feathers and fly out of a lake!<quoted text>But we don't even need to look at Acanthostega to consider "transitional" animals. ALL animals are always under environmental pressure to change and are ALWAYS "transitional". Even the one that don't appear to change much ove rdeep time are still by definition "transitional".
And it is also the embarrassing bane of evolutionists who can't find the necessary fossils to prove their theory.<quoted text>The insistence on "transitional fossils" is nothing more than a strawman fallacy created by creationists.
I've heard some silly excuses from you atheists about the lack of fossil evidence, but this one takes the cake. LOL!<quoted text>The very idea of "species" is a human categorization to make study of biology easier -- we made the word up. Animals themselves could care less how we try to divide them into discrete categories.
Mother Nature is chock full of remarkable examples of creatures that don't fit science's assessment of reality. But this doesn't change the fact that a platypus was a platypus when it first appeared, and it still is.<quoted text>Look at the platypus or the walking catfish or countless other animals that don't fit neatly into our taxonomic ranking system.