Am I missing something? Doesn't Natural Selection absolutely destroy the "Evolution-violates-2nd-Law-Of-Thermodynamics" argument from creationists?
I mean, the usual explanation to counter this argument is "that life is not a closed system", which is all good and makes sense, but... is that answer even needed?
If I'm not mistaking, creationists' arguments goes something like this: "Things left alone without any kind of external intervention, tend to chaos, disorder and randomness"... and I suspect this is important due to the fact that mutations are random and chaotic?
So, what? Does Evolution depend solely on random mutation to create complexity? Aren't we forgetting that the main driver to evolution is Natural Selection? Chaos and randomness are dealt with by Natural Selection! ... and creationists, I hope you know how Natural Selection works?
Unless I'm absolutely forgetting something, there's absolutely no issue here, case dismissed!
I may be mistaking, please enlighten me!