Evolutionism and the Damage Done
Another failure of evolutionism is the scientifically invalid belief that mutation is a grand designer. 90 years of mutation experimentation has demonstrated with 100% consistent results in over 1 million studies that mutations design nothing and cannot therefore be the base mechanism for the design of anatomical features or biological function. Mutation is a destroyer of genetic information and causes biological weakness, stillbirth, death after birth, disease, and deformity, none of which support evolution but instead contradict it. Evolutionists go so far as believing that mutation generates information, linguistics, and algorithms of DNA! This of course is impossible, since these are non-physical fundamental entities (not a property of or comprised of matter) and cannot be produced by material cause, but are in fact demonstrated to arise only from intelligence, which verifies empirically that all life is a a product of intelligence. Evolutionists refuse to accept this 90 yrs of consistent experimental data because they are stuck with holding fanatically to the false belief that mutation is our designer. But that view is anti-scientific since it denies 90 yrs and a million studies which show that mutation is a destroyer, not a designer. Natural Selection does not help the matter, since it cannot see individual mutations with consistency. Entire mutants are selected by NS, not individual mutations unless they cause gross harm. The accumulation of genetic damage is compound in fact, since we know know that genetic information is overlapping and nested - highly compressed - and any given mutation likely causes damage to more than one gene at the same time, in fact, possible several!
Evolutionists hold religiously to their pseudo-scientific idea that mutation is a grand designer and pretend the consistent result of 90 yrs of study have not proven otherwise because once they accept real science, their false worldview falls like a fake house of cards. Atheists should be kept away from science like a small child should be kept away from a box of matches. They have done more damage to scientific knowledge than should be allowed. For example, their false claim about most of the human genome being garble left over by evolution was disproved and the creationist prediction that the entire genome would be discovered to be critical information for the development and regulation of a human body was proven correct. But the harmful false assumption of the evolutionist held back genetic science for 40 years, causing geneticists to study only the protein coding genes - about 1-2% of the genome. Had evolutionists not enforced their pseudo-scientific paradigm upon genetics, we would know far more about DNA today and would likely have cured some diseases or found good treatment for them. It's too bad that you cannot tell the children who died because of it that you are sorry that your discredited worldview stood in the way of them having a happy life.
The highly compressed nature of genetic information:
"For more than 30 years, we have understood that genes may be organized within genomic DNA in complex spatial arrangements. In particular, gene-coding sequences can overlap: a given segment of genomic DNA can encode more than one gene product, with the overlapping genes often oriented on opposite strands. In some cases, the overlapping genes are organized such that one gene is entirely contained within the chromosomal region occupied by another gene. In such instances, the internal gene is referred to as a “nested” gene." - An Overerview of Nested Genes in Eukaryotic Genomes by Anuj Kumar. Eukaryotic Cell September 2009 vol. 8 no. 9 1321-1329.
"According to a painstaking new analysis of 1% of the human genome, genes can be sprawling, with far-flung protein-coding and regulatory regions that overlap with other genes." - DNA Study Forces Rethink of What It Means to Be a Gene by Elizabeth Pennisi. Science 15 June 2007, Vol. 316 no. 5831 pp. 1556-1557
"Alternative pre-mRNA splicing is a central mechanism of gene regulation in eukaryotic cells. Genetic regulation at this level is especially common in the vertebrate nervous system, where many proteins important for neural development or function are made in multiple iso-fomrs through alternate partterns of splicing. Proteins that contribute to the excitability of neural tissue often show plicing regulation that is quite complex in both the number of different mRNAs produced and their region-specific Expression." - John Stamatoyannopoulos, Scientists discover double meaning in genetic code, Science Daily December 12, 2013
The cSlo sequence in the chicken genome codes for 576 variants which have function in helping to detect numerous sound frequencies. - Splicing in the Inner Ear: a Familiar Tune, but What Are the Instruments? Douglas L Black
"UW scientists were stunned to discover that genomes use the genetic code to write two separate languages. One describes how proteins are made, and the other instructs the cell on how genes are controlled. One language is written on top of the other, which is why the second language remained hidden for so long." - Scientists discover double meaning in genetic code, Stephanie Seiler, UW Health Sciences & UW Medicine
"Reduce the Probability of Beneficial Mutation There is growing evidence that much of the DNA in higher genomes is poly-functional, with the same nucleotide contributing to more than one type of code. Such poly-functional DNA should logically be multiply-constrained in terms of the probability of sequence improvement via random mutation. We describe a model of this relationship, which relates the degree of poly-functionality and the degree of constraint on mutational improvement. We show that: a) the probability of beneficial mutation is inversely related to the degree that a sequence is already optimized for a given code; b) the probability of beneficial mutation drastically diminishes as the number of overlapping codes increases. The growing evidence for a high degree of optimization in biological systems, and the growing evidence for multiple levels of poly-functionality within DNA, both suggest that mutations that are unambiguously beneficial must be especially rare." - Multiple Overlapping Genetic Codes Profoundly Reduce the Probability of Beneficial Mutation, George Montañez, Robert J. Marks, Jorge Fernandez, and John C. Sanford, Baylor University, Cornell University
Regarding the compound damage some mutations cause, Dr. John Stamatoyannopoulos, University of Washington associate professor of genome sciences and of medicine has said,
“The fact that the genetic code can simultaneously write two kinds of information means that many DNA changes that appear to alter protein sequences may actually cause disease by disrupting gene control programs or even both mechanisms simultaneously,” said Stamatoyannopoulos." - Scientists discover double meaning in genetic code, Stephanie Seiler, UW Health Sciences & UW