The science article linked to the below picture discusses the condition of Aneuploidy, which is when a cell contains an abnormal number of chromosomes. The article states, "Aneuploidy originates during cell division, when the chromosomes do not separate properly or are not equally partitioned between the two daughter cells. This leads the cells, which in humans would normally have 46 chromosomes, to develop with either too many or too few chromosomes".
This is not good as the article states this condition is "the cause of many types of cancer and genetic disorders, including Down Syndrome. The condition is also the leading cause of miscarriage".
The article goes on to make the point that this condition has variable effects within a cell or organism. But one thing is for certain, this condition is not something you want to have because when it does have an impact, the effects are bad!
But this condition brings up a key point in explaining the theory of evolution. How did we evolve to have 46 chromosomes when observable science today shows that if we do not have the correct configuration, then we can often times have health issues and even death in the case of miscarriage! Evolution must explain not only the creation of vast amounts of genetic programming, but also how over time the genetic programming can be expanded seamlessly to improve functionality. Inf fact evolution must try to explain this when observable science shows us today that changes, such as the incorrect number of chromosomes, often cause death, disease and disorders. The is an issue the evolutionist will not even consider trying to solve because deep down they know it is unsolvable. They simply praise the all powerful evolution. Of course a theory that better aligns with the observable science is that we, and every living thing, was designed by a super-intelligent creator. When this design is changed, things go wrong. Much like what would happen if you randomly changed a computer programmer's code in software.
Click the image below to read a scientific article to support this statement.
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