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Posted by Aaron Viviano on July 15, 2002 04:11:02 UTC

"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."

Well aren't we text book spoken. The problem is that the wood pecker couldn't have evolved, it has to be like it is or it wouldn't work. A half evolved wood pecker is useless because the system can't work together. Thus evolution just doesn't work. The woood pecker would exists because pre wood peckers would have bad genes in them.

Would a self correcting process suggest design or did it randomly come about the it would be self correcting?

God Bless
-Aaron

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