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Prove it

Speciation has never produced new genetic information.

If you had taken the time to actually study speciation, you would have known that speciation is generally the result of a loss of genetic variability or the rearrangement of certain genes or the turning on or off of certain genes. Sometimes it can occur by a mutation that causes the replication of a chromosome, but these instances are very rare and usually result in detrimental effects on the organism.

Species of the same kind are able to hybridize and produce fertile offspring. A species becoming a new kind that cannot hybridize with the source species and produce fertile offspring has never been observed.

Ron Paul - Honorary Founding Father