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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 21, 2002 17:30:00 UTC

"Are you telling me that through mutation, sexual reproduction, and genetic crossover that a species cannot change its genetic make-up to acclimate itself to its environment?"

Yes and no. A species can adapt to it's enviroment, but it cannot 'change its genetic make-up' through mutations. It can not happen.
Scientist have been creating mutations in labs
non-stop for quite some time, looking for a benificial mutation, but none can be found.
There has NEVER been a beneficial mutation.
I tried to explain this in this post: http://www.astronomy.net/forums/god/messages/17528.shtml
If you think that there has been, please show me the evidence.

"Is there a picture of God somewhere? Does anyone have an interview taped with God explaining the creation - adequately and step by step in today's scientific language? Can you please explain heaven to me from a first person recollection?

Is there a videorecording of evolution taking place? Were you there at the big bang? Come on, this is a stupid argument! My belief in God is
based on faith, as is your belief in evolution.
KC2GWX 73's

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