Mutation rate and lack of beneficial mutations destroy the theory of evolution

Mutation rate and lack of beneficial mutations destroy the theory of evolution

Genetically (DNA) all people are 99.9 % similar. The 0.1% difference is strongly related to hereditary diseases. Behind this scientific fact is the NHGRI (The National Human Genome Research Institute).


Every time DNA is passed on to the next generation, 100 to 200 new mutations accumulate in the human genome. This is what Nature's research says.


The human genome has about 3.3 billion base pairs. The 0.1% difference in the genome means about 3.3 million differences in base pair-level at the whole population level.

The rate of mutation in the human genome is likely to be accelerating, but it is possible to estimate in what time genetic errors are accumulated in the human genome. This is Nature's release:

"Of 1.15 million single-nucleotide variants found among more than 15,000 protein-encoding genes, 73% in arose the past 5,000 years, the researchers report."
Beneficial mutations are difficult, if not impossible to discover. Few that have been interpreted to be useful cause some adverse consequences (eg sickle cell anemia). Obviously, most of the mutations are either neutral or harmful and are a major cause of rare diseases.


As genetic editing methods become more common, scientists try to repair CG> TA changes in the human genome. This also tells us that genetic mutations are mostly harmful and have nothing to do with the variation of human traits.

Mechanisms of genetic degradation are already quite well known. On the other hand, no one is able to demonstrate an effective mechanism for evolution. We can only detect epigenetic regulation of existing biological information or corruption of biological information leading to gradual but inevitable degradation of information. All the evidence points to recent Creation and Biblical Truths.