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Evolution is practically useless
Creation Safari's links to an article where evolutionist, Jerry Coyne no less, who tells us just how unimportant evolution really is to practical science.
... if truth be told, evolution hasn’t yielded many practical or commercial benefits. Yes, bacteria evolve drug resistance, and yes, we must take countermeasures, but beyond that there is not much to say. Evolution cannot help us predict what new vaccines to manufacture because microbes evolve unpredictably. But hasn’t evolution helped guide animal and plant breeding? Not very much. Most improvement in crop plants and animals occurred long before we knew anything about evolution, and came about by people following the genetic principle of ‘like begets like’. Even now, as its practitioners admit, the field of quantitative genetics has been of little value in helping improve varieties. Future advances will almost certainly come from transgenics, which is not based on evolution at all.
Yep...cornerstone of modern biology. The foundational concept that cannot be questioned in education for fear of destroying science. What a joke.
How long before he is forced to recant for his heresy? :-)
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