the combination of random insertion and emplacement and "folding" of genes supplies the "recipe" for phenotypic diversity. Natural selection provides the retention of the genotype of tht species most adaptive to the condition.
There nothing "Magic about that".
On the other hand you must learn to actually provide some evidence to support your worldview. So far all your discussion points have been to deny that the above DOES NOT occur, and your reasons are mostly composed of " becauseit cant"
That is Hardly rigorous evidence.
I can, (and have) recited interminably , about the evidence that relates new species to any new environment and the evidence that demonstrates how we conclude that such has happened.
I would really like to hear what youve got in hand from which you draw your conclusions.