You're correct in that adaptation is designed by natural selection and that adaptation doesn't add new genetic information.<quoted text>
I do not want to be taught by the ignorant. Now we do actually agree on one thing here adaptation is a problem solving mechanism, I agree 100%. Now adaptation is a design feature in all living organisms, the design is able to adapt to its surroundings, but adaptation does not add new genetic information. In the case of TB and other such organism they adapt to suit their environments, we try to kill them or render them harmless, they try to stop us doing so. They do not add new information they adapt.
The replacement for the evolution lie has been there all the time. It is called intelligent design or creation. For more information refer to the Torah.
Your error, the one you constantly make, is calling the evolution of bacterial resistance "adaptation." That's false. Bacteria didn't adapt to our medicines, they evolved adaptation to deal with our medicines. This is an important point that seems to sophisticated for you.
Once again, adaptation is the mechanism of problem solving produced by natural selection. Adaptations evolve in response to environmental problems.
If you cannot understand this, you cannot understand evolution. It's that simple.