Argument from the paucity of beneficial mutations

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"It would take literally millions of beneficial mutations to have occured in order to account for all the variation and complexity we see today. But beneficial mutations are so rare, it's hard to believe that 4.6 billions years is even enough time to accomplish it all. [1]"
"What is seen is a vast preponderance of negative mutations compared to any mutations which might be considered positive by any standards at all (neutral mutations are not being considered here). [2]"

Counter arguments

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References

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  2. [2]
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