Amazing errors?

Proponents of evolution believe that tiny errors in the genes at reproduction add up to major improvements in life over eons. That's how you get from microbes to man. Step by step, these tiny errors built your DNA and all your amazingly organized trillions of cell, so they say...


What do we observe in reality today? Errors in the genes do occur at reproduction. However, they sometimes result in defects, but never in improvements. New hereditary diseases have regularly appeared throughout history, like Hemophilia, Muscular Dystrophy and Down's syndrome for example. Reality is the complete opposite of what evolution says should happen. It's actually quite intuitive that errors should not lead to improvements but to a degeneration of life.


Evolutionists must believe that errors in the genes were amazingly favorable for billions of years despite the fact that common sense and reality today says otherwise.