I've been researching genetic drift, and it seems iffy, like my views on evolution. Without evolution, it would imply things only magically come into existence, which doesn't seem as logical. But the mechanics of evolution seem a bit iffy to me. When you say individuals don't carry the all genes of their species, it seems iffy. The only thing that would make sense, is if individuals did not carry all the genes of their parents. In this way, a tall person would have a more significant chance of passing on only tall genes. And here is the other kicker...it implies that genes "stack" on themselves. Like as if, genes are a computer code variable, for example a variable called var_height, and if var_height is set to 7 it can be more probable it will be set to either 6 or 8. That sounds ridiculous to me. An easier explanation is that certain genes are dormant in the body, and based on our life choices (after we are born) we can modify our own genetics, DNA, micro-tubules, and affect our own sperm after we are already out of the womb. In this way, evolution would seem more plausible.