RNA Editing in Octopuses Defies Evolution

Sometimes a search on free-to-use graphic sites for alien yields octopuses. While most of those search engines are terrible, there are people who think that because the octopus has so many amazing traits, it is actually an alien being. In reality, the Creator blessed them with several amazing characteristics. 

They are cold-blooded, but their heads are susceptible to temperatures. Some researchers got a notion to study the two-spot octopus and its neurological functions. The genome was sequenced, so they had that going for them, which is nice.

Octopuses are cold-blooded and susceptible to temperature changes. A study of the two-spot octopus shows it can edit its RNA for mutations it needs.
Two-spotted octopus, Flickr / Jerry Kirkhart (CC BY 2.0)
According to evolutionary speculations, mutations gradually accumulate over a long period of time. However, they are nowhere near as random as thought. In addition, the RNA is changing the coding and proteins. Mutations are not permanent, and the RNA editing happens very quickly. This is clearly evidence of the Master Designer's work.
Octopi are incredible and intelligent creatures—they are mesmerizing to observe and study. Some of octopi’s interesting features include the ability to change colors and blend in with surroundings, an ink defense that allows them to escape predators, a beak for a mouth, zero bones, and eight arms with suckers that allows them to grab, taste, and smell. Octopi are poikilotherms (cold-blooded). As a result, their brains are exposed and susceptible to changes in water temperature. A group of researchers studied Octopus bimaculoides to learn more about how change in water temperature affects the animal’s neural function.

The rest of the article is at "Eight-Armed Anomaly." One burr under my saddle is octopi. While it is not entirely wrong and is frequently used, the correct plural word is octopuses.