Select Page

Genetic Entropy vs Simple Organisms. Was Darwin right?

Dec 22, 2020 | Science

Genetic entropy is controversial. Creationists say it is real. Evolutionists say it is poppycock. But the theory was developed with long-lived, multicellular species with small population sizes and long generation times in mind (e.g., humans). What about the other end of the spectrum? Can bacteria withstand genetic entropy? Dr Rob says yes, maybe. If there are any species that can survive it, it is bacteria. This does not mean bacteria can evolve, only that they can survive long-term, and survival in an an environment that is so hostile to all life forms is a miracle in itself.

Location: High Shoals Falls, Dallas, GA

Links and notes:

Love the content? You can help support this site by buying Dr. C a coffee!

Or, become a monthly patron, with perks! Join me on Patreon to access exclusive and early content.


Or, click here to become a monthly patron, with perks!

0 Comments is for anyone interested in exploring the deeper aspects of human history, but a history informed by the Bible.  

The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed on do not necessarily reflect those of Creation Ministries International, Inc. (Dr. C's main employer), or any other entity.

Sign Up!Join Dr. C's FREE email list to receive new content each week!