do creationists accept HeLa cells as a case of macro evolution?
HeLa cells or Helacyton gartleri are arguably a new species that evolved from humans. This is a case of macro evolution from a mammal to a ... well, i call it a microbe since it is single celled. Others are Canine transmissible venereal tumor and Devil facial tumour disease.
Its arguably a new species since there are so many mutations and obviously it can't reproduce with a human
lets set aside the "there is no such thing as macro or micro evolution only evolution" debate for a moment
so, do creationists accept it ? I dont have high hopes though
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
No, Horizontal Gene Transfer is illegal because that would be gaining information.Source(s): I am Christian homeschooled
- 9 years ago
I thought evolution only happened one step at a time? If that is the case, then why are there so many mutations? And aren't the 'evolutionary steps' supposed to be beneficial for that species? How is a disease beneficial?
- BelieverLv 79 years ago
Evolution? Don't make me laugh!