Defining Evolution Ch 7 Summary: Behaviors and Losing Genes

We recently defined Darwinian Evolution as an unguided, Natural process which increases the genetic information in an organism; Creating new Genes which did not previously exist.
These new genes then cause an increase in physical complexity and associated behavior, Both of which increase the organism’s ability to survive and pass on these traits to offspring.

In this video your Rent-A-Friend will explain why the definition must include the creation of new behaviors, and the gain of new genes as opposed to the loss of old ones.

Read Defining Evolution Ch 7 Summary: Behaviors and Losing Genes at:
https://creationsoapbox.wordpress.com/2016/02/18/defining-evolution-7-gaining-behaviors-and-losing-genes

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