Comment: In evolutionary terms, genes

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In evolutionary terms, genes

In evolutionary terms, genes aren't supposed to degenerate, they get "better," by adapting and modifying their DNA codes to deal with environmental stresses.

Evolution or devolution?

On the surface of things, it certainly LOOKS like humans are degenerating because many of us are obese and have put our bodies through environmental stresses that the human body has never seen before, like trying to digest a Big Mac, or slurping down 32 ounces of soda and a bucket full of artificially flavored popcorn.

The big question is how do genes react to, "negative stimuli," like Big Macs, Whoppers, processed food, microwaves, EMF's, synthetic chemicals, and pharmaceutical drugs?

Does modern day, "consumption," of seemingly normal products negatively effect our DNA?

Can food, drugs, or electromagnetic frequencies alter our DNA?

Or...Does the negative effect of such products/negative stimuli actually bolster our DNA and sets forth a chain reaction that ultimately produces a, "better," human being that is more resistant to modern day life?

I don't believe in the theory of evolution.

The eugenicists of the world are doing their best to screw up our DNA enough to create a slave society in the near future.

A society of teenage mutant ninja turtles that can easily be controlled and choreographed.

Never be afraid to ask simple questions.