Can any of you Atheists or Evolutionary Biologists answer this question without changing the topic
I am interested in hearing the question answered... not ignored and changed into a lecture of how the lil people mis-understand Evolution.
The question was... "Can you give an example of a genetic mutation or an evolutionary process which can be seen to increase the information within the genome?
I am pretty sure there is, "no such example exists or is known"... but I am waiting. Actually, I am more than "pretty sure", but I am waiting.
First, according to this, this interview was obtained by duplicitous means:
http://www.noanswersingenesis.org.au/cr … xposed.htm
Dawkins himself addresses this deception further here:
http://www.skeptics.com.au/publications … challenge/
At the second link, he also provides an answer to your challenge that I don't read as changing the subject all, but responding to a difficult question with exactly as much detail as required.
I am an atheist, but I am not an evolutionary biologist, so I can't personally vouch for his answer.
Dear wacko. I do not have to adhere to your agenda, so I am changing the subject. Whether or not your question is valid, that is still no proof of your "god".
It is people such as you that are undermining the U.S. just as are the socialists and Muslims.
Substituting your wackiness for theirs is not going to fix things.
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