Evolutionists correctly point out that some mutations (mistakes) are actually helpful to an animal. For instance, some cave fish have lost their sight, which actually helps them since they have a lower risk of eye infection, and because the places they live are so dark, eyes would do them no good anyway. Evolutionists say that this is forward progress–that this is evolution. However, part of the animal is destroyed in examples like this, which is the direct opposite of evolution. Although these examples explain how an eye was destroyed, we need to know the exact opposite: how did the eye come to be in the first place?
Below are some examples of beneficial destruction. Each example is the opposite of progress, and is instead a desperate attempt to survive by destroying something:
- Citizens burning their own bridge to keep the enemy from crossing the river and invading their city
- Sailors throwing cargo overboard to keep the ship afloat
- Fighter aircraft self-destructing when the pilot ejects. This keeps the enemy from obtaining valuable information about the construction of the aircraft.
- A broken car alarm (some consider this a good thing, as car alarms often go off at the wrong time)