Despite the fascinating insight that the Lenski experiments provide into the adaption of bacteria to their food supply, these experiments have failed to demonstrate the mechanism for evolution. Natural selection is active in nature and mutations explain the adaptation of bacteria to their environment. Bacteria are a different domain of life and they have remarkable capabilities but these mechanisms would largely not apply to higher organisms. Scientists are discovering – an incredible design at the invisible molecular level of life. However, the adaptability of bacteria to starvation does not begin to reveal a mechanism for macroevolution.