What is a histone? As this article states, "A histone's day job is compacting the genome," and "The histone takes six feet of DNA and packs it in something that is a few microns in diameter." This is a critical component of the cell because it keeps the DNA compacted and organized. How in the world could this component have evolved at exactly the same time it was needed in the cell to organize the DNA? Evolution would say it happened as random luck!
The information to build the histone is contained in the DNA itself. The article linked below shows that a single DNA mutation in the wrong place will damage the ability of the histone to do it's job. The result? Unfortunately, it results in bone cancer of young children.
Here is yet another example of a mutation destroying genetic information and causing disease. Evolution would teach you that mutations are what build beneficial genetic information, but there simply isn't any observable scientific evidence of this. The truth is that God created a perfect original genome and it has been in decay since humans rejected his sustaining power.
Tour the links in the "More" section of this site to learn more about why evolution is not true and the observable science points towards a perfect original creation by God.
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