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If evolutionists really knew anything about genetics, they would know that it supports the fixity of the species, not the origin of species. That's why there's never been a bird that popped out of a reptile's egg. The genetic information for "bird" is just not there. Since genetics actually throws a monkey-wrench (no pun intended) into evolutionary dogma, they have to rely on mutations for the process to work. Unfortunately for them, mutations are always harmful. Even if we were to say (for the sake of argument) that some beneficial mutations occur, the net result of mutations would always lead in a downward direction (devolution). And long periods of time would only make things far, far worse.
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