So you accept there are multiple species of bacteria then?<quoted text>
of course I know that there are so many kinds of bacteria, that wasn't my point.
lets make things more simple
Bacteria belongs to Monera kingdom (single-celled organisms, without nucleus)
Monera kingdom has several sub-kingdoms or phylums such as :Archaebacteria, Eubacteria,
Anaerobic Phototrophic bacteria, Cyanobacteria, Prochlorophyta and Schizophyta.
Eukaryote is any living thing whose cells contain a nucleus and other structures (organelles) enclosed within membranes.
I am totally confused and don't get your point, are you saying that some Bacteria changed into another species ?? and when exactly did that happen ??
So why don't you accept a bacteria changing into a new species of bacteria, one that can digest nylon?
They don't have to grow legs to be a new species.
New or modified genes equal a new variant or species.yeah in your dreams, this whole thing is a big propaganda.
can we agree that Formulae are the only reliable way to test a theory ???!!
Every scientific theory has a formula, except the Theory of Evolution, why is that ??
Have you tried searching the internet?so you believe that we evolved from the simplest form of bacterial life to way more complex forms of life, I think that the basic bacteria had less than 500 genes; man has over 22 thousands, thus In order for bacteria to evolve into man, organisms would have to be able to add genes. But there is no genetic mechanism that adds a gene.(Mutations change an existing gene but never add a gene.) This means there is no mechanism for Darwinian Evolution and has no formula.
Mechanisms of genome evolution
Whole gene duplication.
Here's a question for which I've never received an answer.I wanted you to give me one observable evidence of one species changing into another species, so far you gave me examples may happened before 90 or 100 millions of years.
I am sorry but I cannot have faith in that, I need to see a living thing evolving from a species to another in front of my eyes, or otherwise It will be a belief.
How much would a dog have to change before it's no longer a wolf but a new species?
The problem with your question is that all new species are just modifications of existing species so there's no clear barrier as to when it's different enough to be considered a different species.
Also all life is very similar. All birds have the same basic body plan (even penguins) as do fish, insects, spiders etc. We even share half our dna with a banana.
What dogs prove is just how flexible genes are and that given millions of years all the variations on life we see can evolve from simpler ancestors.