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Posted by Chris St. James on May 20, 2002 20:16:03 UTC


Evolution is a very slippery term. In 5000 years or a million, one can have changes within a species similar to the changes you can get from selective breeding of animals like dogs.

In that process, I'm sure you know that no new genes-no new genetic information need be created. To be redundant--from year 1 to year 5000, though you may have bred 5000 "new breeds" of dog, for instance, actual genetic information which determines what an animal will be will have remained stable--or more likely declined.

What evolutionists like to pretend they can't understand is that evolution needs to create "new" genetic information so that eventually, a dog would become something other than a dog--which wouldn't happen in, well, a million years! I can assure you that in nature, no dog has ever given birth to anything but a dog--a cat to a cat--and so on. Is this news to you?

That's one of several hundred thousand problems with the evolutionary theory--no satisfactory mechanism for creating new genetic information.

As you know, and speaking of dilemas;
DNA cannot function without at least 75 preexisting proteins, but proteins are produced by instructions in DNA! It would appear that DNA and the more than 75 neccessary proteins for DNA were "created" simultaneously.

take care

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