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Re: Evidence For God

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Posted by bzrd on September 11, 1999 13:07:52 UTC

: >>bzrd here: I fail to see how any mutation will add information to the genome.>In bacterial resistance to streptomycin, a mutation can occur in several places that will result in the mycin molecule not being assimulated by the bacterial ribosome, thus resulting to resistance. This has been found to be a LOSS of information that results in a LOSS of sensitivity to streptomycin. Evolution requires that information (that is new to the biosphere, not aquired from other organisms) be added at many places and instances in order to account for the complexity and variation of life that we see today. It simply doesn't exist.

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