Just watched a news report on the spread of chicken flu in s.e. Asia. Noted a health offical (from WHO I think) saying that the virus currently is spreading from bird to bird, and from bird to human. Currently the virus is not capable of transmitting from human to human.
The same health offical also said that the big worry was that the virus could mutate to a form which could spread from human to human. This would speed up its spread around the world immeasurably -- a major benefitial mutation for the virus.
But hang on ... creation scientists tell us that all mutations are harmful, so therefore this mutation could not take place. There a re no beneficial mutations, remember?
So now we have all these silly biologists working on a vaccination for something that cannot happen, just because they trust evolutionary theory.
Now, if we had creation scientists running the show, we wouldn't have all this time, money, and effort wasted on this vaccine nonsense. We could have scientific funding diverted to *real* science projects, like, ohhh ... perhaps continuing the quest to find Noah's ark
Sehow the world would be a better place if creation science was followed?
-- John Drayton