Hardly, the problem that you and other creationists have is that you assume that evolution is based upon random forces. It is not. Random events are part of it, but there are also very structured forces acting upon life. That is what the program tries to imitate. Anything Shakespearean is assumed to be a "good" gene and it is saved, just as a good mutation is saved in life.<quoted text>
If you actually took the time to think about the absurd assumptions of that program, you would realize that it is only restating the fundamental fallacy of evolution... The need for an end goal, ie, intelligence. Wy do you keep imagining that natural selection can cull out mutations one nucleotide at a time? It can't. That is a biological fact... So why do you persist in a false paradigm of inheritance?
It is hardly a perfect analogy, but it does have a point.