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Clearly you do not understand the process of science and do not know there is a difference between what is actually known and not.
One does not advance science by continuing to try to reinvent the wheel, but rather by refining the wheel, improving it and putting it to myriad uses.
But I have also learned that evolution would not be so... productive considering the influence of mutations. In that mutation rarely ever results in the survival of the mutated organism.
Could you explain how mutation could encourage evolution (if it could)?