No, just easy to dismiss poorly made and unconvincing arguments.
None are so blind... Like I said, the arguments and explanations don't suit your way of thinking. You want to be agnostic, Keep On Keepin On. No skin off my nose and I hope one day you remember this conversation.
There also seems to be some confusion among some of you about the difference between adaptation and evolution. I certainly do agree that living things can adapt to their environments, and pass those advantages to their offspring. I also know these creatures aren't becoming anything new. As a matter of fact, Darwin's finches were studied from the 1970s to at least the the 90s. The researchers, Peter and rosemary Grant predicted that a new species of finch would arise within the period of 200 years. In 1987 Grant reported to Nature magazine that they had seen a "reversal in the direction of selection". By 1991 Grant wrote "the population, subjected to natural selection is oscillating back and forth," according to climate changes. The finches beak sizes Changed by the generation accordingly to cope with a changing environment . They weren't becoming anything new. In fact, the so-called "different species" were found to be mating with one another.
You can all go back to believing whatever you like now.