"Don't be a dope; get a dictionary.
Mutation - any change in the DNA of an organism...beneficial mutations may increase in the population due to natural selection...
Evolution - the gradual process of genetic change that occurs in populations of organisms..."
I'm not sure what this proves. I agree with both definitions, sort of. These defintions, though, inject a hint of Darwinism, but I'll grant them.
I agree DNA changes occur (mutation).
I'll agree that the above is a definition of evolution.
Does the dictionary tell you that one results in the other?
And could you look up species while you're at it?
I'm always amazed at those who will not see what is right in front of their noses. Both definitions "inject a hint of Darwinism" because one leads to the other. Beneficial mutations are preserved in populations. Over considerable time, an entirely new organism may emerge that is more biologically "fit" than its predecessor.
And no, I will not look up "species" for you. Do a Google search...or write your own darned dictionary, as you seem to know everything anyway.
"Does the dictionary tell you that one results in the other? "
DNA = genes