The below article is a classic example of the religion of evolution - which is a faith in random mutations to create complex and functioning genetic information.
The article states that one lab experiment shows the rate of spontaneous mutation was at least 4,000 time higher billions of years ago than it is today when the temperature was higher on the Earth. Professor Wolfenden states, "evolution was shaking the dice frantically".
Just reflect on what is actually being stated. The probability of a virus with the smallest known genome at about 1,768 base pairs is about 10^540. Keep in mind the number of atoms in the observable universe is about 10^80. A virus can't replicate, process energy, and isn't even considered alive by many. Evolution says that somehow a simple life like this came together and that life would essentially have to mutate a way to build repair mechanisms, the ability to replicate and process energy among others things. If it couldn't do these things then it would simply die and you would need another role of the dice. You can see that even if spontaneous life was possible, which it isn't, that you would be stuck in an endless loop because there is not a way for all the complex information and systems to be put into place before the simple life form died and disintegrated.
If it was as simple as just turning up the heat, don't you think scientists would have already conducted a successful experiment to demonstrate this? They haven't because it just won't work.
Given that we know mutations destroy information, to believe they could create the vast amount of information to bring about life, let alone life that can replicate and repair that information, is a blind faith that isn't supported by any observable science.
Click the image below to read a scientific article to support this statement.
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