yubbers9 from yahoo.com wrote:
>chris.linthompson from gmail.com wrote:
>> > Can you think of any problems that are solved with enzymes?
>> Yes, but suppose a new gene mutation codes for a new enzyme has 3
> active sites:
>> Site 1: useful effect that increases chances of gene being passed on
> Site 2: unwanted effect that sligthly decreases chances of gene passing
> Site 3: unused effect lacking some coenzyme
>> The balance of the 3 sites will be chances for the gene continuing
> improve, even though Site 2 *creates* a problem rather
> than solving one.
Do you realize you've just made a case for complex molecules being
subject to natural selection, and thus, evolution?