- Oct 26, 2011
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.You'd be correct if we all shared the exact same DNA, we don't. All living populations vary so natural selection can act on populations in the absence of any mutations.
You talk nonsense without understanding.
"Natural Selection. As you saw in the previous section, mutations are a random and constant process. As mutations occur, natural selection decides which mutations will live on and which ones will die out. If the mutation is harmful, the mutated organism has a much decreased chance of surviving and reproducing." (www.HowStuffWorks.com/life/evolution)
My Ignore List just grew by you.
mutations are a random and constant process.
if the change is reproduced beyond one generation and is the same it is not a random event or mutation but a prior metaphysical self directed phenomenon to exert some sort of remedy or attempt at a solution the organism had so directed on its own behalf.