Plants Grow in Toxic Soil - An Example of a Beneficial Mutation, BUT No New Information
August 12, 2016
The below article shows that sometimes mutations are beneficial because they result in a trait that happens to provide an advantage for a particular environment. These types of mutations are in the extreme minority as observable science shows that most mutations that have a visible impact are negative.
In this example, the plant has a mutated gene that results in a certain chemical not being produced. this chemical is what results in the normal plants being killed when they come in contact with a man-made poison. So a broken gene happens to be beneficial.
Remember, no new genetic information was created. Existing information was changed. This is not macro evolution, it is micro evolution or adaptation driven by natural selection.
Tour the links in the "More" section of this site to learn more about why evolution is not true and the observable science points towards a perfect original creation by God.
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