Your Cell's First Responders and the Fallacy of Junk DNA
June 25, 2018
Repair is by Design not by Chance
The article linked to the picture below documents observation of one part of the cells repair capabilities. It states, "They saw how the cell launches an emergency response to repair broken DNA strands from a type of tightly-packed DNA, heterochromatin". So, repair molecules are created from genetic programming within the DNA. The molecules then turn around and repair the DNA when called. Evolutionists would say this came about via random mutations. Somehow random mutations created a system to fix the most complex programming language known to man. This goes against our observations of what mutations actually do, which is primarily degrade DNA. A repair mechanism is a hallmark of intelligent design. To think it randomly appeared is an irrational and blind faith.
The Junk DNA Myth
The myth of Junk DNA continues to persist today. This was a major blunder that was a result of evolutionary belief. For years it was said junk DNA was our evolutionary left overs, but observable science shows otherwise. This article states, "Repeated DNA sequences have had a bad nickname, "junk DNA," for about 20 years" and "Since then, studies have shown that repeated DNA sequences are in fact essential for many nuclear activities, but their defective repair is also linked to aging and disease".
Conclusion Based on Observation
The conclusion is that the genome was created by a very intelligent designer! Observable facts and real science make this conclusion really clear. The Bible's account of human creation is perfectly in line with what is begin discovered today in genetics whereas microbes to man evolution is directly opposed to observations seen today.
Click the image below to read a scientific article to support this statement.
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