I have never stated that evolution is impossible. I will state, however, that your last assertion is impossible. Someone adept with language would realize that.
Not at all impossible. His statement fits within the rules of the Dunning-Kruger effect.
The educated know the limits of their education.
The uneducated don't.
Why don't YOU explain what you understand it to be, and then tell us how that relates to mutation rates, and how that makes evolution impossible. And, before you do that, ask yourself one question: "have I been sufficiently educated in this subject to know how ignorant I am about this subject?" The more educated you are about something, the less you realize you know about it. Do you know what that means? Do you think it applies to you?