Doesn't matter how many mutations there are, anything that adds to the genetic diversity has to be reduced/selected/subtracted/depleted or whatnot in order to get new phenotypes or a new "species." But I'm not going to spend time on your posts in this thread, at least not yet. I've got enough to do dealing with RAZD's
Nope. All mutations add to genetic diversity. Every mutation. Big or small.
... but although everybody here including you keeps chopping off my head for it, I thlnk the sciences of the past are less reliable simply because it's all determined from the point of view of the present..
Paternity tests, Faith. You really don't have to have been there to know who's the biological mother and father. Paternity tests tell you what happened in the past. Not repeated in the present, but they are very reliable on telling you what happened in the past. Much more reliable than people denying that sex happened.
Paternity tests about the past are much more reliable than what people tell you now.