I know enough to know you are contradicting yourself.<quoted text>
It's directly measurable. Mutation is ongoing, allelic frequency changes in gene pools with every generation. In no species does gene frequency not change with every generation.
I can provide countless research papers here, if you like.
No, it doesn't. You're misinformed.
If we have the gene pool at Point A and Point Z, we can. It is being done in laboratories right now. If we have the genetic material from now dead individuals and compare them to living ones, we can. That has been done in humans a number of times. Now that we can measure DNA in ancient bones, we can do this. I'm actually working on a paper that relies on this method to discuss the evolution of vitamin A deficiency in a malaria population from 12 000 years ago.
Of course I can't. Who can see the environment 1 million years from now?
I'd guess better metabolic processes to detoxify industrial pollution and plastics will evolve.
Humans are continuing to evolve - this is directly measurable and observable. There's no guesswork here, it is happening. Humans are evolving most rapidly in our immune systems, followed by our central nervous systems and finally our physical stature.
No. I'm a specialist in the field and you know almost nothing about it. It's not your fault. You just don't know what you're talking about.
I said "You have no way of predicting what the next change will be in millions of years or from what I can see, any reason to say it is a certainty there will be one".
And you said "Of course I can't. Who can see the environment 1 million years from now?"
I said you can't even say with any certainly there will be any more changes and you agreed yet you maintain evolution is ongoing. That is a contradiction.
You have yet to provide a single piece of information to show why you believe evolution is ongoing
I know enough to know that