No I don’t think that, I can see at least two occurrences where you have admitted you were wrong. Minor and inconsequential though they were.<quoted text> yes, i am looking at your answers. you seem to think it bothers me to admit when i am wrong? how else would one learn or understand if other options wasn't considered by ones self and not just taking anothers "opinion" about it? what is the name of that "new" species? not one of variation of the same but "new"?
What I am concerned with here is you propensity to claim that you are being put down for being wrong. Your last 2 sock did exactly the same thing.
But here you go treating evolution as a switch and not a progression.
I have asked you what you consider “new”, I cannot give a more definite answer than I have already given with the answer to that question
If you consider new to be hundreds of thousands of years then one such new species is you.
If you consider it to be 100 million years then all but a small handful of animals are new.
If you think of new as last week then neither I nor no one else can answer