Ken Ham and Liberty University affiliate Andrew Fabich lied outright about the contents of the paper publishing the results of this experiment during Ham's debate with Bill Nye.
General problems for creationists[ edit ] Creationists come in many different flavors, but the process as outlined above caused problems of one sort or another for almost all of them. The citrate mutant center. Not so scary after all. Some creationists deny that any form of evolution occurs and this clear demonstration of the process is an obvious challenge to them. It is creating new information. Nevertheless they have never been able to say what the limiting factor could be which allows for "micro" but disallows "macro" mutations. But again, this experiment really does show life developing new traits.
Indeed, one of the defining traits of E. Problems for intelligent design[ edit ] Believers in intelligent design maintain that if something "looks" as though it was designed then it was, in fact, designed. Some go no further than that and have no interest in timescales or details and do not see the "design" part as a process. They may well hold other views associated with young-Earth creationism. Others see the "design" part as ongoing process which they try to fit into long-term evolutionary theory in some way or another.
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Professor Lenski's experiment also causes problems for both these groups. After the beneficial mutation which gave it the ability to metabolize citrate had been fixed in the population of the bacteria, they would have looked like organisms "designed" to metabolize citrate. But in this case we have seen that this ability came about as a result of the evolutionary process. As it can be seen that evolution, and not intelligent design, was the driver then it clearly shows that the apparent evidence of design is in no way real evidence of design. This experiment also gives a big problem to more scientifically-minded believers in ID such as Michael Behe.
He has claimed that the sheer improbability of a sequence of mutations leading to a change of this type means that evolution simply cannot happen as has been proposed. The fact that Lenski's citrate-eating bacteria have managed a three-mutation step to get where they are in a mere twenty years gives the lie to his objections and sheds significant doubt on the assertions in his book The Edge of Evolution. Creationist reactions[ edit ] Seeing many of their favorite myths so clearly challenged, it is not surprising that creationists would like to undermine Professor Lenski's results. These reactions have ranged from outright rejection and apparent accusation of fraud by more extreme elements, to attempts to minimize the importance of the results by young Earth creationists, to some kind of weird double-think by believers in intelligent design.
However these responses from AIG would not seem to be wholly consistent with reality as: The organism is doing something it couldn't do before.
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