An Example of How a Degraded Genome Creates a Beneficial Trait
February 10, 2017
It can be hard to believe that degrading something can actually produce a benefit. But the below article is one of many examples of this. Here you have an experiment that removes an entire gene and the trait created by this is a resistance to the flu.
By removing the gene that controls the activation of lung immune cells, the trait of influenza resistance is created. This is not macro-evolution! No new genetic information was created.
All changes in organisms we see is because of the changing of existing genetic information and genes, not the creation of new genetic information which is what is required for microbes to man evolution.
All the genetic information was originally created perfect and complete in the beginning by God. What we see today is a degraded version of this original "very good" creation.
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