- Mutations are breaks or displacements in an organism’s genetic code, or DNA, as a result of radiation or chemical effects.
- Mutations also damage the nucleotides (the molecules that make up DNA, expressed by the letters A, T, G and C).
- Mutations take place at random. They are unconscious and totally coincidental events that impact on perfect structures.
- 99% OF MUTATIONS ARE HARMFUL and 1% have no effect. NOT EVEN ONE SINGLE BENEFICIAL MUTATION HAS EVER BEEN OBSERVED.
- It is therefore IMPOSSIBLE for mutations to make organisms more developed and perfect in the way Darwinists maintain.
- The changes caused by mutations can only be of the kind suffered by people at Hiroshima, Nagasaki or Chernobyl; in other words, death, deformation and disease.
- Mutations HAVE NO ABILITY TO ADD A LIFE FORM’S DNA ANY NEW INFORMATION THAT DOES NOT ALREADY EXIST.
- Mutations can add no information of fins to the genetic structure of a bird, for instance. Mutations are merely breakages and displacements in an organism’s genes. Breakages or displacements in a gene cannot bestow any new information on that gene.
The false idea that errors in DNA replication evolve organisms
Ergi Deniz Ozsoy’s claim: Errors take place while DNA is copying itself, as a result of which errors mutations and genetic variations occur, and these mutations lead to changes in the organism.
- DNA is replicated when every cell in the human body divides. The division of one cell lasts between 20 and 80 minutes, and the information on DNA needs to be copied and multiplied within that time scale. In other words, the 3 billion pieces of information in DNA are copied with no faults or omissions.2009-09-06 03:41:52
- The multiplication process runs so smoothly that the rate of error is only one in 3 billion base pairs.
- This one error is eliminated by the higher control mechanisms in the body without causing any problems. As the DNA of a cell is copied enzymes control its composition.
- If an irretrievable error takes place during DNA replication, and if the enzymes cannot repair it – this last being an exceedingly remote possibility – this means a fatal error for the DNA.
- To claim that a random intervention that will eliminate the extraordinary order in an extraordinarily glorious and giant molecule such as DNA, which carries 1 million pages of information, adds new information to it represents a serious logical fiasco.