Science Uprising Episode 6 — Mutations: Failure to Invent

By The Stream Published on July 13, 2019

The evolutionary story says every new feature in the history of life has come about through genetic mutations. But that story was birthed long before the most recent science, which is now revealing in new detail what mutations can do, what they can’t do, and what they actually do.

Biochemist Michael Behe explains the unexpected finding: mutations can help organisms, but overwhelmingly often it’s by breaking functions. Sounds unlikely, but if science means following the evidence, that’s where it leads, as you’ll see in this sixth episode of Discovery Institute’s Science Uprising series.

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