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Sorry, wrong again

I posted this somewhere - maybe not even this thread, so I'll repeat it here to be safe. Speciation is NOT evolution.

Creationists believe and accept speciation. In fact speciation should be a problem and an embarrassment for evolutionists if they really understood it. Speciation generally is the result of some sort of environmental factor such as geographic isolation that results in a loss of some of the genetic variability that existed in the original population. The more a population speciates, the less genetic variation it has. This often results in the eventual extinction of the species. Island populations are a prime example of this.

Evolution requires an ever increasing amount of genetic information. Speciation is the ever decreasing amount of genetic information.

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