This is why evolutionism is an illogical belief system NOT science.
unlike "religionism" which reaches a conclusion before ever seeing any data and then tries to either
1 deny evidence tht doesnt fit your belief or
2 Shoehorn a one line phrase (like "after their kind") from a book of myths to explain a complex phenomenon .
Claiming that religionism actually understands wht science is, does no good to either religion or science.
Peppered moths are an example of the evidence of the process of natural selection , not evolution. Evolution has already occurred by providing the species with polymorphic phenotype. Peppered moths have actually 4 polymorphs and these 4 display slightly different genotypes. They display their polymorphim under selective predation not always just in response to industrial pollution.
Haldane was able to calculate the statistical success of each of the subspecies within their "comfort environment". Slwcrive advantges can be calculated repeatedly with the melanic form having a success ratio of about 25%
Where does intelligent design draw any credibility?? You seem to accept adaptation as a mechanism of change but you then stop and ignore the fossil record that clearly displays natural selection based upon adaptation to a newer environment .
I notice that the Creationists want to argue with some of Darwin's shortcomings , like how his theory doesnt allow for the "fixing" of an allele (because he didnt know about alleles). Or how they say his theory loses credibility because he insisted on changes occuring at steady slow rates.
Science seems to be reaching a consensus that these changes arent necessarily tied to a specific rate except tht evolutionary changes are tied to the speed of environmental changes. ITs either attainable or the species goes extinct
Evolution seems to be the product of nature, nurture and all tied together with possible heritability based on Lamarkian obsrvations. We discovered some of the workings of epigenetics and how generational heritability cn work via methylation on the GT rung only.
I wonder whether the Polar bear will be able to make it, based upon our understnding about the rapid environmental changes now underway in the High Arctic and possible epigenetic heritabity??