Genetic entropy

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The genetic entropy hypothesis by Cornell University Professor Dr John Sanford on eroding genomes of all living organisms due to mutations inherited from one generation to the next is declared to be one of the major challenges to evolutionary theory. The central part of Sanford’s argument is that mutations, represented by spelling mistakes in DNA, are accumulating so quickly in some creatures (and particularly in people) that natural selection cannot stop the functional degradation of the genome, let alone drive an evolutionary process that could lead for example, from apes into people.[1]

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  1. Robert Carter. Genetic entropy and simple organisms: If genetic entropy is true, why do bacteria still exist?. Creation Ministries International. Retrieved on 2012-10-29.
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