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The Delusion of Darwinian Natural Law
Acton Institute ^ | 12/27/03 | Marc D. Guerra

Posted on 12/27/2003 12:44:51 AM PST by bdeaner

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To: PatrickHenry
Enjoyed your "are mutations harmful?" site. Familiar with this stuff. They are saying, "in the mutations we see, not too many are harmful". Well, Duh. They are going for morphology instead of chemistry, the old anatomical similarities business, Darwin's eye drawings, selection of alleles, etc. Besides, selection of alleles is not mutation any more than execution of all non blonds results in a mutation. It is mere selection. Same thing true with the dirty looking moths.

The question I ask is why are "mutations" if randomly generated not overwhelmingly destructive? Darwinists say, "Well, they aren't, that's all." I respond, "Then your model does not work, by your own admission."
201 posted on 01/01/2004 10:55:33 PM PST by Iris7 ("Duty, Honor, Country". The first of these is Duty, and is known only through His Grace)
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