Thursday, 19 January 2012

Evolutionary contradictory claim :

The contradictory claim :
It is claimed by the evolutionary paradigm ( worldview) that biological evolution can get and did get a simpler cell to a more complex cell ie Jellyfish to Professor of oceanography .
The process ( primary axiom of biological evolution ) , according to evolutionists , which introduces new information ie wings , legs , brain , eyes , arms etc the genome and biosphere which turns a jellyfish into a professor of Oceanography , is produced through mutations that happen within the genome . In order to get all the complex living organisms past and present , that have inhabited this planet , from simpler cells to more complex cells there would have to be billions and billions of these hypothetical information adding mutations . But there is a huge problem with this claim because mutations within the genome are in the main harmful or neutral and no mutations has ever been observed which add information to the genome and the biosphere simultaneously. Therefore , mutations do not produce the  effect which biological evolutionary proponents claim and their theory requires . What we observe is corruption of information and not introduction of new information .
Beneficial mutations do not add any new information to the biosphere/genome , they produce information loss ie beetles losing ( information for wings at the genetic level not being passed on to new offspring due to mutation , which are then passed on to the offspring of the beetles with that genetic mutation and the cycle produces generation after generation of wingless beetles ) their wings on a windy island would be beneficial to the wingless beetles as they would not be blown into the sea . But , they have lost information for wings and that island would eventually be populated with wingless beetles , which is clearly a demonstration of degeneration and not generation as biological evolution requires .
Mutations are disadvantageous :
" These genes that control early developemental processes are involved in the establishment of the basic body plan . Mutations in these genes will usually be extremely disadvantageous , and it is conceivable that they are always so ."
Wallace Arthur , the origins of amimal body plans , 1994 p14 .

Biologist B. G. Ranganathan
First, genuine mutations are very rare in nature. Secondly, most mutations are harmful since they are random, rather than orderly changes in the structure of genes;any random change in a highly ordered system will be for the worse, not for the better. For example, if an earthquake were to shake a highly ordered structure such as a building, there would be a random change in the framework of the building, which, in all probability, would not be an improvement.
B. G. Ranganathan, Origins?, Pennsylvania: The Banner Of Truth Trust, 1988.

Pathologist David A. Demick :
Literally thousands of human diseases associated with genetic mutations have been catalogued in recent years, with more being described continually. A recent reference book of medical genetics listed some 4,500 different genetic diseases. Some of the inherited syndromes characterized clinically in the days before molecular genetic analysis (such as Marfan's syndrome) are now being shown to be heterogeneous; that is, associated with many different mutations... With this array of human diseases that are caused by mutations, what of positive effects? With thousands of examples of harmful mutations readily available, surely it should be possible to describe some positive mutations if macroevolution is true. These would be needed not only for evolution to greater complexity, but also to offset the downward pull of the many harmful mutations. But, when it comes to identifying positive mutations, evolutionary scientists are strangely silent.
David A. Demick, "The Blind Gunman", Impact, no. 308, February 1999.

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