Ah..i love that one
The bodys ability to learn how to fight an illness is not evolution. Its adapting to its bio-surroundings. Try again.
Its kind of like when a bug grows resistence to a certain pesticide. Its adapting to survive. Not evolving over time into more complex beings. And also, alot of your bugs dont pass down pesticide resistance in a benefitiary amount. Usualy less is carried down. If the oppisite were true, Id say wed be praticly waging war with super-bugs.
That's not even what I meant. But, it actually is an example of evolution. Evolution and adaptation are practically synonymous in Biology. When a species adapts to survive against something it has become a more complex organism.
I meant the fact that you need a new flu shot every year is a good example of evolution, because the flu virus (and viruses in general) mutate constantly.
Ah..so evolution is when something becomes more complex? Thats like syaing Christianity is when someone does the right thing. Evolution has its own belief system, but yes in evolution it includes the truth that things become more adaptable and complex, but that doesent turn them into different animals all togather. I mean all the bug is doing is using what it ALREADY has to adapt. Nothing new is being added, its the system that the bug has to fend off a pesticide. Kind of like whe we learn. Were not evolving are we? The bug is learning how to survive, i mean sure its not they go to mortality school or anything but they have some God Goven system that at least mimics learning. But back to my main point, Evolution isnt just when an animal becomes more complex. It has to account for its origin, and if weve dug up an evolving species in the making. Just like in christianity, its not just the doing good stuff, its the scientific and historical understanding as it has held up for thousands of years since the beginning stages of time.
And you know, we mutate alot too....not like we evolve.
I really think you overestimate what evolution is, so I'll reexplain it.
Evolution, in strict biological terms, is the change in allele frequency over time. By this definition, evolution is an indisputable fact. Kind of like gravity. You have gravity as an undeniable fact, and you have gravity as a theory. The theory of gravity has the same goal as the theory of evolution. Explaining why gravity exists, and why it behaves the way it does. The theory of evolution explains very well that not only did life evolve, but it tells us through what processes, like natural selection, artificial selection, mutation, and genetic drift. If you want to debate against the theory of evolution, you need to debate against the ideas of mutation, genetic drift, natural selection, and artificial selection.