Microevolution means “small change over time” and consists of the small changes that we observe in animals, plants, or other life from one generation to the next. For instance, when farmers selectively breed cattle, they demonstrate microevolution.
Evolutionists use this term in a clever and misleading way. They claim that molecules-to-man evolution is macroevolution (big change), while microevolution is “small change.” They say that over long periods of time, microevolution (small change) can eventually add up to macroevolution (big change), for instance, by changing a fish into a bird. However, they ignore the fact that microevolution actually reduces genetic information, the direct opposite of what macroevolution is supposed to do. To get from a molecule to a man, you have to add a lot of information, not remove little bits of it over long periods of time!
For instance, when humans selectively breed dogs, they demonstrate microevolution. Dog breeders realize that to maintain a healthy breed, they need to maintain the existing variety of that breed. This is because in order to get a dog breed at all, they had to remove genetic information. Long-haired dog breeds have lost the genes for short hair (plus many other genes). This makes purebreds less able to survive in the wild and more susceptible to disease than mutts. This is the opposite of evolution.