Human Mutational Clock
Human Mutational Clock tick too fast. Recent research found that about 60 new mutations are added per human generation. 10% of mutations are immediately harmful, and all mutations eventually become harmful. Evolution postulates that there have been 120,000 generations of man. This would produce 7.2 million mutations to the 3 billion "letters" in the human genome. If creation occurred 6,000 years ago, there would have only been 12,000 non-lethal mutations. Mutation expert Alexey Kondrashov agreed that accumulating mutations are very likely contributing to increasing incidents of diseases, including schizophrenia and autism.