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Post by Gloria » Sat Jan 17, 2004 7:46 pm

Can an evolutionist give me any example of a mutation which adds new information.

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Post by Skepti Que » Sun Jan 18, 2004 8:51 pm

You probabaly won't find anyone here who knows that kind of stuff. The evolutionists don't hang out here.
Seems to me though that by definition a mutation adds new information. Look up hemophilia and European royal families and you might find some information there.

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Post by Jukia » Tue Jan 20, 2004 8:29 am

Why does a mutation need to add "new" information. Why can it not just change information? "Information science" seems to me to be the ID'ers new hot botton. I don't doubt that few who raise it really understand it, and I suspect that critical analysis will show it to be somewhat irrelevant to the underlying issues or just a totally bogus side track (much like my personal favorite--time dilation explains why creation is 6 literal days and the universe only seems like it is billions of years old)

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