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I think it’s easier to make a negative mutation than a positive one. You’d have to get everything perfect in the DNA strand in order to get a positive mutation. When you look at all life on this planet and how beatiful it is, isn’t it a wonder how pure randomness (big bang, million year mutations etc..)could create such perfect harmony?? It just works to well for me, I’m glad I believe in God.
And how about a snake and a lizard who live in the same environment?? They both live in their natural environment, they’re both very similar biologically, yet one has legs and one doesn’t. Why is that? According to the theory that animals that the animals that adapt better to the conditions around them, shouldn’t one of these two animals be extinct? Or did I misunderstand.