You can't educate me on evolution because for one your not a fu*kin molecular biologist. I'm sure you have plenty of time but that's okay, all you can give me is your opinion. I think you just saying this isn't X men is kinda like sticking your head in the sand. I'm asking why the biggest case of natural phenomenon in history has never been repeated and you can't tell me one good reason why it should have stopped. Natural selection does'nt produce perfection? That sounds stupid because every animal is perfectly suited to survive in they're own habitat. You saying we are still evolving? In what way? Maybe mentally but that's not the same as physically. And if we are still evolving then one day we would cease to be human.
The most basic definition of evolution is the change in the frequency of alleles within a population from one generation to the next. This occurs with every generation, which is why evolution has not stopped, it's constantly occurring.
An allele is one part of a pair of genes, and together (or in combination with other genes), that pair determines distinct traits that an organism will have. Mutations occur in these genes that result in changes from generation to generation.
Occasionally those changes add up as they're passed on, and give some members of a species a slightly better chance at survival than others that don't have those traits. The changes occur from existing genetic code, so they're very gradual and there is an element of chance. This is why humans can't suddenly have wings, because the genetic code for that body structure does not exist in our DNA. A huge change like that takes millions upon millions of years of small steps, and something as big as wings wouldn't occur until way down the line, and we wouldn't even be the same species anymore. This is also why no animal is actually "perfectly" adapted, because possible adaptations are limited by existing genetic code, the speed of changes (vs the speed at which environment and competition change), and the fact that chance plays a big part.
Now, if God actually existed, and could just rewrite the genetic code willy-nilly, whatever worked best without limitation, then maybe we'd see some perfection out there, instead of all the half-assed solutions and vestigial parts we actually see.
This is also probably why you think humans have stopped evolving, because our recorded history isn't nearly long enough to have recorded a changes that take millions of years. You can see things like certain genes related to diseases like malaria or the plague, which occur much more frequently in some populations than others because the presence of the disease in certain areas served as a selective pressure. You might also look at skin color. Light skin evolved very recently on an evolutionary scale (some estimates say less than 10,000 years).
And yes, eventually Homo Sapiens sapiens will give way to another species (if we don't just go extinct).
Your a fu*kin idiot who misses the point. Let me ask you this genius, how many instances of death and observation can a new species with limited numbers go through before they are extinct? Not many. You comparing some one baking chocolate cookies to the first evolved human who didn't have knowledge of anything shows what a fu*king moron you are.
Any archeologist will tell you that there was an explosion of knowledge that came to the world that can't be explained. n*gga you must not be able to read, that last paragraph you proves that. You ask me if I think humans came into the world knowing how to do everything when my WHOLE POINT was they had to be taught. LMAO
This n*gga's talking like once people are born they know how to deliver babies.
Im pretty sure early populations numbers where low, considering the earth was just beginning to be POPULATED !!
I'm looking at logically. Like I said, if the first human, meaning singular, evolved from an ape and was living on his own, how did he survive? Who did he reproduce with? Or did a female just happen to evolve at the same time? But whatever logical question I come up with, you'll just try to twist it to fit your views. How much trial and error can the only male and female in existence afford?
You act like we just popped out of thin air without any natural instincts or capacity to learn, but every animal has natural survival instincts, and even much "lower" primates than humans have the capacity to learn and are taught survival skills by their predecessors, so we were never simply blank slates with absolutely no means to survive.
And it doesn't really work like there was suddenly just one human all out on it's own, the sole member of its species. That's the Biblical creation version, in reality changes occur gradually, across an entire population.