Joined: Oct. 2006
|I am not saying that mutations occur at random locations in the genome. And all mutations are related to the environment, nothing happens in a vacuum.|
Then what are you saying? No-one is claiming that the environment has no effect on the number or even the type (deletion, substitution, etc) of mutations that occur. What people are saying, and you seem to be ignoring, is that there is no evidence that mutations preferentially help the population to adapt to the current environment.
|It may help if I clarify one thing, the environment is not just what some are trying to save|
This is comparable with writing on a sports blog 'It may help if I clarify one thing, not all sports are played with spherical balls.' That you felt it was a useful thing to write tells us about your level of expertise.
All sweeping statements are wrong.