Thursday, June 13, 2013

Beneficial Mutations. What are they? Where are They?

Human cells and all the cells in the animal and bird, reptile world do not work like one celled creatures, except for the immune system which has similar programming to create MHC cells to fight of pathogens.
When Evotards use bacteria, fungus, virus, all the one celled creatures and compare them to humans, I have to wonder what happened to their brains, was it ritalin, speed, alcohol, or are they simply retarded.

The question is: Where are your verifiable beneficial mutations found in HUMAN DNA, (the most studied creature on the planet!)?

This is a description of what is needed for a direction of higher fitness and more complexity.

Positive mutation is that it must increase complexity NOT be associated with any disease, not be part of normal immune responses to pathogens and/or any of the following: 1/ add new genes with new functions 2/ increase health and fitness to survive 3/ increase intelligence.

Here is where to start;

This is the main database of all known mutations in humans.
You can also do this:
And read every one. I got to page 30 and never found one.

In the mean time this is all the physical data and evidence we have on human "evolution":

There are four absolute interferences with the integration of any new mutation as being "beneficial".
1/ The mutation has to have the direction towards adding something that does what the definition states.
2/ The mutation must be magically integrated into the HOX genes to place these new proteins in the correct place to use it in all the future children, other wise they can look like this or have a freak appearance and have legs in the wrong places etc.

For those who do not know what a HOX gene is: it is the information that tells the system exactly where the produced proteins are to go in the creatures body, and to what cells they are used in in what body part. If you add new proteins into an existing human it always causes problems.
This is why every duplication mutation found in humans causes diseases.
3/ In the case of mutations that change the "output protein" of an existing gene; the new protein or changed protein must perform the same exact duties as the one it replaced, but only better. The HOX genes put it there from that form of programming.
4/ The immune system must somehow integrate and learn that this is one of the body's parts and needs to not destroy it. Many of the autoimmune diseases are from mutations in cells that make them not recognizable by the immune system and they are attacked. This is part of many autoimmune diseases. The original design must be matched in order to keep from eating away your arteries, joints, muscles, and organ cells. This has never happened. Mutated cells are seen as diseases even if they are the only joints or muscles you have.
5/ The mutation can NEVER happen to a HOX gene, because this is what you get from that:

Please find this mutation. Without it you have no religion.

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