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Posted by Mario Dovalina on July 13, 2002 23:30:44 UTC

This brings nothing new to the table. I could just as easily use any species and point out why it's efficient and use it for evidence for creation. Saying 'well, it's so well developed so it can't have evolved blindly' is misleading. Evolution is not a truly random process. It's self-correcting. If a mutation is beneficial, chances are the carrier will pass on that gene. If it's harmful, the chance is lower. So, after billions of years, of course the end result would be a complex organism, well-suited for its ecosystem.

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