The below article gives a good and brief summary of part of the DNA transcription process to include how RNA is spliced by cutting out introns and then fusing exons. This is very similar to cable splicers. These are folks that often need to cut out bad portions of a communication line and join the two good pieces back together. It takes a lot of skill because an error will result in the inability for information to flow.
The article states, "an important major mechanism that is at work for building complex organisms and organs is alternative splicing, in which by different combinations of alternative splicing a single gene can code for multiple proteins. The misregulation of the alternative splicing process contributes to numerous diseases, including cancer"
This shows that errors in this splicing process cause disease! It also demonstrates the complexity of splicing in that the way it occurs effects what protein is created.
Evolution would expect us to believe this came about by random chance and this is so obviously incorrect. Splicing data to achieve certain proteins is design!
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