The End of Human Evolution: Leading Geneticist Says

“Professor Jones will argue that there were three components to evolution – natural selection, mutation and random change. “Quite unexpectedly, we have dropped the human mutation rate because of a change in reproductive patterns,” Professor Jones told The Times.”

A shortage of fathers and since there is a shortage of fathers, there is not enough genetic mistakes (Mutations) which are copied generation after generation which rarely gets corrected by natural selection according to Jones. It’s highly unlikely Steve would admit, but he starting to prove indirectly the Second Law of Thermodynamics…

“Human evolution has neither stopped, nor speeded up. Nor has it continued at the same pace. It has simply never taken place to begin with.” Creation on the Web

Information goes downward not upward. When Adam and Eve were designed by God, their genetic information was perfect. After the fall (man’s first sin), mutation errors started so then after each generation many genetic errors from the past were inherited.

I have gone into this subject of mutations in detail which is evolution’s last explanation on how one species can turn into a completely different species or enhance an existing species with brand new information. I agree, genetic change is still very much a part of humanity but is limited in scope as information moves  naturally downward not upward. Nature cannot go beyond natural laws so there is no possible way information would go upward.

Some say it’s not surprising for an evolutionist to come up with such a conclusion; “Evolution is over”  but I think it is somewhat surprising, I know it’s been discussed before, but I seen stranger things from various backgrounds in the secular scientific community.

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