The neo-Darwinist model we refer to today as the theory of evolution proposes two basic evolutionary mechanisms; natural selection and mutation. According to the theory’s basic proposition, these two mechanisms are mutually complementary. The source of evolutionary changes is random mutations in the genetic structure of living things. Again according to the theory, natural selection favors the most advantageous characteristics caused by mutations, and thus living things evolve.
However, these proposed mechanisms actually have no evolutionary force at all. And there is no question of them giving rise to new species, as evolutionists claim. (See Natural selection and Mutation.)2009-08-15 12:23:33