The Waiting is the Worthless Part for Evolution

Russell Watchtower, who heads up the Ministry of Truth at the Darwin Ranch, likes to say that time is the hero of the story. Evolutionists often say that given enough time, anything can happen. Like that silly thing about monkeys typing the works of Shakespeare. Not happening, Hoss.

When using the science of genetics pioneered by Gregor Mendel (peas be upon him), human DNA has about three billion letters. Well, four letters occurring naturally: adenine (A), guanine (G), cytosine (C), and thymine (T). Then they get arranged.

Evolutionists think time is a hero, but it makes things worse. DNA has many combinations, but it is decaying. This is still more evidence for creation.
Waiting, Vladimir Makovsky, 1875
Our cousins, according to evolutionary dogma, are chimpanzees. If they were going to evolve into humans, they would be much obliged if someone would make up the 300 million-letter deficit between us that chimps are lacking. But that genetic material is not arriving on the Wells Fargo Wagon.

In addition, it's that pesky old mutations thing. The amount of time to get even a few letters to line up in a useful way would take billions of years — and many genes are thousands of letters long. They should catch on that they're playing a losing hand. Once again, the amazing complexity shows that genetics is unfriendly to evolution, but a great friend of biblical creationists.
DNA carries the instructions for how and when to make the principal components of cells, called proteins. Different organisms differ in their DNA instructions (composed of DNA ‘letters’, technically called ‘base pairs’) such that they make at least some different proteins.

To change an organism into a different kind, you would have to have a mechanism for changing the letters. For evolutionists, the ‘only game in town’ to change the letters is mutation. Mutations are accidental changes to the instructions, which can be one letter at a time, or multiple letters at once. Letters can be swapped, deleted, or added. Obviously, to change an organism into something more complex, letters would have to be added, not just swapped or deleted.

Don't monkey around, read the rest at "The waiting time problem."