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Evolution - Gene Duplication Doesn't Help
Molecular Biology and Evolution has a paper on the large negative selective value of gene duplication.
A doubling of gene expression, as it occurs in a gene duplication event, is significantly selected against for all genes for which expression data is available.

Whoops. It seems that gene duplication is not going to be the great source of new information that evolutionists have bluffed about for years. Doesn't leave much for them to work with. Horizontal transfer (between species) doesn't create new information. So pretty much all they have left is point mutations and the odd substitution/insertion. Proving evolution can create new information is getting harder.

(HT: Creation Safaris) has an article today on recent
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