Discussion by: iespinoza11
I have an honest question for evolutionists. I'm sorry if it sounds like a stupid question because I'm not super learned in the topic. Evolutionists account for the complexity of life by means of random mutation and natural selection. As life progresses, those two mechanisms cause organisms to become increasingly more complex because natural selection is favoring the organisms that have the greatest flexibility in genetic mutation. If that is the case, reversing time means the organism becomes increasingly less complex until you get to life's origin. So here is my question: if the original common ancestor was not nearly as refined for survival as life is today, how did it survive?