Comment: You said, "evolution is not myth, it's fact".

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You said, "evolution is not myth, it's fact".

I presumed you were speaking of the supposed process that allows change from one kind of creature into another, such as a single-celled organism evolving over millions of years into a mammal.

Such a process would necessitate an increase in the complexity of the instructions that guide the genetic machinery. To see information in the genetic code of a higher organism that was non-existent in the lower organism from which it supposedly evolved is to see information where it once did not exist. Thus my expression, information from non-information.

So, can you cite any research that has uncovered the process by which we can start with zero, or very little, information and arrive at the amount of information required to design a new species?

Ron Paul - Honorary Founding Father