I read your words. You have your own personal definition of speciation.
Seemed to me a clear misunderstanding, your belief that i said speciation doesn't occur when i said that it does. If you had read my words and understood them, i don't see the evidence for it. I don't have my own definition of species, i am using yours (man's). If you believe otherwise, how do you say i am defining species?... and this can't work unless you quote something i wrote.
Those examples show you a species changing into something else a different species that can no longer breed with the original species.
And yet they remain the same biblical kind. Finches are another species of finch, butterflies another species of butterfly. This comes about from a reshuffling of the existing dna which is not gaining new information which would be required for the Theory of Evo (common descent of all living things from single celled organisms billions of years ago) to work. Instead the evidence shows many separate "trees", instead of one, each with lots of variation but within limits. You do understand that a finch becomming another variety (species) of finch (which fits well within creation model) is not the same as man evolving over billions of years from single celled organisms, right?.