This video came up as a popular view on googlevideo today. It looked interesting so I gave it a look:
The Story of Darwin & his Evolution Theory
Towards the end it starts talking about viruses as being a great example of evolution. Bacteria and Viruses are very different as I understand. Isn't it true that there is debate as to whether viruses can even be considered life?
Even if they were wouldn't evolution be more effectively propped up if a virus evolved into bacteria or something? ArenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t variations in viruses turning into variations in viruses about as compelling as short haired dogs turning into long haired dogs as evidence for origin of species?
Who has some knowledge or link for putting the differences between viruses and bacteria into common language?
I think you have just succeeded in disqualifying yourself as a voice to be reckoned with in the field of biology.
Explain how and why, and do so without using condescending one-liner, unsupported accusations.