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-MUTATION (adjective) mutant (noun):.is a change in DNA; a gene or organism that has undergone a heritable change. The simplest mutation occurs when a single nucleotide (the building blocks of DNA) in a creature's DNA is switched to a different nucleotide. Mutation rates vary from place to place along the length of a protein or nucleic acid.molecule.

What a mutation cannot do is change all the instructions embedded within a cell in one step (for example: forming a bear {with its different nature, shape, breathing and swimming habits, eating habits, digestive system, etc.} from a whale). Most mutations aren't heritable beyond one generation, and most are harmful. Pathological.aggregation of mutant proteins leads to diseases such as Alzeimer's, sickle cell anemia and prion related diseases. Most mutations provide negative results. 

The ability to perpetuate is encoded in genes. If we are to assume that myriad mutations made possible the highly complex and ordered organisms we see in the plant and animal world, we are being asked to deny the fact that most mutations produce weaker not more 'survival of the fittest' organisms. One of Darwinian's tenets.decimates the other. There just was not enough time for chance and mutation to work out the order we see today. Evolution is confusion in motion.

-NATURAL SELECTION:.in evolution; is one of the mechanisms by which it is alleged evolution has occurred, producing change based upon the likelihood (a synonym for the word 'chance') of reproducing and passing genes on to the next generation.

Natural selection is the phrase utilized by evolutionists to flow the meaning of intelligent design into an alleged mysterious process – an imaginary process, a process called natural selection, a process by which claim is made that individuals of a species with characteristics that help them to become adapted to their specific environment tend to survive (survival of the fittest) and transmit their characteristics, while those less adapted, tend to die out, so that in the course of generations there is a progressive tendency (which somehow is supposed to occur) in the species to a greater degree of adaption. Understood as acting upon random mutations, natural selection is an unsound process.

Natural selection cannot be imposed regarding the debut of first life, as natural selection means dissimilar replication. Natural selection, by its very definition, cannot work on non-living chemicals.

The Second Law of Thermodynamics implies disorder in organization over time, therefore living cells could not have evolved from inanimate chemicals, and multicellular life could not have evolved from protozoa

Fact is, God designed gene sequences to be consistent throughout different species. Natural selection's answer is that this sequence.somehow.survived change. In other words, things changed around it driven by this mysterious natural selection, but for some reason evolution believes that gene sequences weren't affected by natural selection. 

That reason being, that it was too important to be altered, implying some intelligence is involved. So, evolution is saying that change occurs to things it deems of lesser importance.

By this reasoning, it also suggests change isn't important. Evolution hides ten miles behind the wall of scientific facts to avoid accounting for genes that turn other genes either off or on.

Natural selection 'becomes arrogant' in claiming that just because we cannot account for a structure, does not mean that one does not exist; for example: for years it was thought the appendix was of no use, but now we are learning that it has importance to the immune system. So it is with the intermediaries to AMP.

And so it is with categorizing the human genome, understanding the brain, etc. Everywhere in nature we see structure of.immense.design, even in the common dandelion, and like genes that may be 'turned on' later....more on natural selection continues here

-NEANDERTHAL MAN:.The authors of this report in.Cell, determined that the variation between Neanderthal and modern mtDNA, was four times than that between any two modern humans, and their were not any special similarities to modern humans in Europe.

Re: Russia's Caucasus Mountains find: Matthias Hoss, molecular biologist, and expert in ancient remains, now working at the Swiss Institute for Cancer Research, said the research appears to support the theory that Neanderthals were an evolutionary dead end. ...as reported in.The Calgary Herald, March 29, 2000.

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