Copying errors are so rare and random that the odds of such mutations leading to life and evolution of new species (macroevolution) are way beyond what would normally be regarded as impossible. Copying errors result in loss of “information” in the genome. There are no known cases of mutations leading to more complex genomes. It is a powerful argument, although he is somewhat repetitious.
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