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Actually, the real issue is the vast amounts of beneficial new information that needs to be introduced to create the evolutionary model, coupled with the conundrum of irreducible complexity. Most incremental change that is observed is exchanges of information (genes) or loss of information in response to the environment.
For evolution to work, you have to accept that vast amounts of new information have been created--usually evolutionists proffer mutation. However well this may work in the plant world, it fails miserably in the animal and human world. Never has there been shown a beneficial mutation in humans. Rather, all have been detrimental and, in fact, we are devolving as harmful genetic mutations build up over time. This is the whole basis of eugenics. Kill off those with harmful mutations. In fact, it was the basis for the founding of Planned Parenthood to reduce, if not eliminate, the black community due to its inferior genetics (Margaret Sanger).
The second issue is irreducible complexity. Take the knee; there is no sequence of incremental development of new expressions of the components of the knee that would have a useful purpose. Under the 'rules' of evolution, those detrimental and un-useful parts would have disadvantaged that entity and so it would have been 'selected' out. Same problem with the eye and other complex systems.
This does not even speak to the organic 'soup' and handedness of the necessary components and how the process of creating life via evolution would overcome entropy. Face it, evolution is just a religious belief to exclude the supernatural as a viable explanation of life. I cannot--nor should you--'believe' in science, which has as its core Occam's Razor: Science accepts the simplest explanation that fits all the facts, until either a a simpler explanation is put forth or a fact is discovered that does not fit. Therefore, 'Science' is never settled and there is only the pursuit of explanations for observable facts.
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