These cells were taken from a CANCER (which kills life, by the way) and then cultured and propagated into what they've become by a man with intelligence in a laboratory.
This is more an argument in support of the laws of thermodynamics and intelligent design than anything else.
The man is needed to guide the so-called evolution. This is not evolution at all. Evolution is a single kind mutating into another in a relatively closed system. These cells formed due to an irregular combination of pre-existing genetic material. The reason they keep displaying variation ("evolution" is poor word choice when it is the topic at hand) is because the newly fused genetic information has not yet reached equilibrium and is in fact non-viable and artificial because if the fragile "fundamental cell survival conditions" cease to be provided in the laboratory, the replication and variation also stops.
This is a result of a man-directed horizontal chromosome transfer. This line of experimentation is certainly interesting, and it will be neat to see what comes of it, but once again, it is better proof of intelligent design. These phenomena required man's interference to take place, just as life on this planet required God's "interference" in order to begin and then to thrive. This phenomenon would not have happened on its own.
Pre-existing genetic information being fused, horizontally transferred, and guided in a laboratory has absolutely nothing to do with the so-called millions of years of macro-evolution which supposedly occurred with no guidance. This serves as further proof that such changes are not natural and cannot happen in nature.
The cells aren't stable, they're not predictable, and they degenerate (genetic information) as they replicate. Plus they are cancerous to other types of life. Great freak experiment, but definitely not evolution: it serves as better proof against it than for it.
I also encourage you to further study the taxonomic system we use for classification purposes. These divisions of classification are not scientific boundary lines of development. Scientists still don't know for sure what a "species" is and it's still debated. This system was invented by creationist Carlos Linnaeus in 1729. It is still unknown how far up a "kind" can go along certain types of beings. Talk of "speciation" with evolutionists is a bate-and-switch technique that pulls peoples' attention away from the facts to a classification system whose value of specificity is still debated and being determined.
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