Mutation is a Destroyer





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Published on Jun 25, 2010

Evolutionists believe that random mutation has not only generated the genome of life, but continues to do so in contradiction to everything that is known about genetics today, especially our understanding that all mutation are harmful regardless of any imagined or observable side benefit.

The founders of modern evolutionism in the 19th century would have abandoned their concepts had they known a tiny fraction of what is known today. The mutation rate in life forms alone discredits evolution because it is far too jight for life to survive the entropy to the genome it causes as mutations accrue over time. Today we know the mutation rate for man and many species, and this has proven man has not existed for even tens of thousands, much less hundreds of thousands of years.

Evenso, evolutionists must cling to the idea that mutation is a creator because we know trhat the DNA is the recipie for the design and function of an organism, and unless mutation were capable of creating and continuing to develop the DNA, evolution cannot be true. They therefore cling to the idea that mutation posesses marvelous capabilities it does not, in the face of the true effects of mutation as they are now knoen to modern science, because they must to maintain their claim that life evolved and is evolving. Evolutionism is not scientific nor is it science. It is an attempt to force science to conform to 18th century ideas formulated by men who sought a means of explaining away life without God. It is not possible to force science to conform to evolutionism because evolutionism has no part of or place in science, as not one of it's claims are even scientific, but instead an attempt to transform science to fit the claims of evolutionism.

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