Creationists, what do you think of this cross phylum evolution/speciation event observed in lab?

"Helacyton gartleri shows one example of change that would be hard to call anything other than a change in kind. It is an amoeba-like life form that came from a human" (Van Valen and Maoirana 1991; evolved from a carcinoma, it spreads by taking over other laboratory cell cultures). Human cells mutate and... show more "Helacyton gartleri shows one example of change that would be hard to call anything other than a change in kind. It is an amoeba-like life form that came from a human" (Van Valen and Maoirana 1991; evolved from a carcinoma, it spreads by taking over other laboratory cell cultures).
Human cells mutate and evolve into a new, amoeba-like, organism. Thats a phylum to phylum transition. Similiar things have been noted with the HPV virus which originally came from human cells.
So how inclusive is the christian and biblical "kind" that restricts evolution?
I have just demonstrated a phylum to phylum evolutionary leap.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HeLa
Update: Due to their ability to replicate indefinitely, and their non-human number of chromosomes, Leigh Van Valen described HeLa as an example of the contemporary creation of a new species, Helacyton gartleri, named after Stanley M. Gartler, who Van Valen credits with discovering "the remarkable success of this... show more Due to their ability to replicate indefinitely, and their non-human number of chromosomes, Leigh Van Valen described HeLa as an example of the contemporary creation of a new species, Helacyton gartleri, named after Stanley M. Gartler, who Van Valen credits with discovering "the remarkable success of this species." His argument for speciation depends on three points:

The chromosomal incompatibility of HeLa cells with humans.
The ecological niche of HeLa cells.
Their ability to persist and expand well beyond the desires of human cultivators.
Update 2: http://www.flatrock.org.nz/topics/animals/dying_for_a_steak.htm
Update 3: a virus is not human cells, viruses do not even have a cellular structure.

and of course no creationists can answer, becasue none of them can understand let alone explain it.
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