Creationists: what would you accept as provisional proof of evolution?

Creationists like to say that the evidence doesn't support the theory of evolution, so let's find out: What WOULD you consider sufficient evidence to convince you evolution is real? Now, a few caveats and provisos for this experiment: 1.) Your evidence has to be something evolutionary theory actually... show more Creationists like to say that the evidence doesn't support the theory of evolution, so let's find out: What WOULD you consider sufficient evidence to convince you evolution is real?

Now, a few caveats and provisos for this experiment:

1.) Your evidence has to be something evolutionary theory actually predicts -- it doesn't predict dogs giving birth to cats, or apples growing from banana seeds, or anything like that. Evolution is about minute, incremental changes.

2.) Your evidence needs to be quantifiable and specific -- if you say "a transitional series", give a hypothetical example of a series you would find acceptable, with the qualities and features they'd possess. If you say "a mutation that produces new genetic information", give us an objective way to measure information and a hypothetical mutation that would fit that description.

Any takers?
Update: Nature makes no such distinction as "micro" and "macro" evolution -- that's a completely man-made contrivance.
Update 2: Evolutionary theory also makes no comment on the origins of life. Try again.
Update 3: To be a "taker", ktbull, you actually have to PROVIDE A RESPONSE TO THE QUESTION.

So, let's try again: what would it take to convince you NOW, regardless of whatever studies might have gone on before, that the theory of evolution is correct?
Update 4: Thanks for demonstrating your laziness and scientific illiteracy, Vengance -- I specifically said in the original question that the kind of spontaneous speciation you said would convince you is NOT what the theory of evolution predicts. And incidentally -- great job on spelling your own name wrong! It's... show more Thanks for demonstrating your laziness and scientific illiteracy, Vengance -- I specifically said in the original question that the kind of spontaneous speciation you said would convince you is NOT what the theory of evolution predicts.

And incidentally -- great job on spelling your own name wrong! It's "vengence", genius,,,
Update 5: Oh. they WANT plenty of knowledge, Magley -- that is, if you go by the original definition of "want", which makes it synonymous with "lack"...
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