Mutation Avoidance Gene Created by Mutations - An Evolutionary Oxymoron
June 12, 2017
The below article discussed research that discovered a gene within mycobacteria that reduces the mutation rate within the organism. In effect, this gene helps to avoid mutations from occurring in the genome of the bacteria so that they do not cause harm. But evolution would say that random mutations created the new genetic programming to enable this functionality. So why would random mutations create a gene that prevents random mutations? This doesn't make sense because microbes to man evolution doesn't make sense. A genetic program that reduces mutations shows that a designer coded a solution to a problem. Unfortunately, this gene can't prevent all mutations nor germ line mutations so each generation continues to build up more and more mutations resulting in a degrading genome over time.
Again we see observable science refuting the blind-faith based view of microbes to man evolution, but supporting the view that life and the universe was created by a super-intelligent and super-natural God.