- Nov 23, 2013
genetic mutation does not add information, it can only delete or alter information, and can be hereditary .. thus altering genes (mutations) cannot add chromosomes, hence no new specie can arise from another specie (evolution) ..Sorry, I can not see how a mechanism which relies on mutations to operate can account for the diversity we see.
What we see in front of us is the working out of the variety built into each species to allow it to survive.
BTW there is no theory of gravity, it's a law
adaptation can be reversed and is not hereditary ..
adaptation, mutation and genetic drift are natural within a specie ..