Or you could try something like bacteria, fruit flies or viruses where this has been done!
6/9/2006 4:32:04 AM
Did this with E-Coli last week in an experiment. Next question?
7/14/2009 2:03:58 AM
Evolution doesn't work that way.
7/14/2009 8:44:53 AM
7/14/2009 10:14:17 AM
Ok, I'll do that. Will you be sitting here for the next three millennia, so I'll be able to find you? Why would I do all this, again?
7/14/2009 10:18:30 AM
"Once again, go get a bunch of rabbits. Start breeding them. And when you come up with something that is not simply a different rabbit, but something that is fully not a rabbit, then come show me."
Once again, get me some dirt. Make a man from it. Then take a rib from the dirt-man and make a woman from it. Start breeding them. And when you can come up with all the different races of human that exist today that came from those two (without hideous mutations from industrial strength inbreeding), then come show me.
7/14/2009 11:04:56 AM
OK, first off you have to give me...lets say...2 million years...a blink of the eye in geologic times. Then we will put two bunches of rabbits that are genetically the same into two different environments; different climates, different predators, parasites, plant life etc. After the two million years you bring those two groups of rabbits back together they will not be able to interbreed, hence two new species.
Got it asswipe?
7/14/2009 11:16:44 AM