In what sense was the woolly mammoth's genetic code "corrupt"? Please explain. Clearly not. If a letter of the genetic code changes, then the sequence of which it is a part is a new sequence, different from the old one. You have already been told that most genetic change is neutral. Are you taking in anything that people here are telling you? And so? It doesn't prevent its hosts from living or reproducing. Therefore, as predicted by the theory of evolution, it has not been eliminated from the gene pool. You have just provided a nice pro-evolution argument. Thanks, Seti! Indeed there are many many pro-evolution examples. The evidence for evolution, as you know, is quite overwhelming. And so? Can you prove supernaturalism? No. Tell me what's circular. That doesn't appear to be a problem, since nobody has shown that anything else is needed. You're managing to resist the influence of reason and science, so it's a bit precious of you to claim you're being forced into anything, wouldn't you agree?