From Endoplasmic Reticulum to all points in the cell
Many proteins in your cells are created in a protein factory called the endoplasmic reticulum. Proteins are essentially the machines that make our cells and body function. However, these proteins are needed at specific locations in the cell so they must be transported. There is a complex network of highways and vesicles in the cell that are used to deliver the proteins. You can think of a vesicle as a bus going to a certain destination and the proteins must have the correct ticket in order to board the bus.
How did this complex transport system come about?
The article linked in the picture below states that "to avoid a traffic jam, cells have evolved transport vesicles that act as a public transportation system". Of course the article does not give any facts behind this declaration. It is a type of religious belief that it "evolved". Don't ask for evidence, you are to just believe it as a matter of blind faith. Why don't they give evidence? Because none exists! The idea of evolution states that random mutations created very complex genetic programming which in turn provides the instructions for building all the machines for the transport system. Common sense should tell you that random mutations could build no such thing just as random letters on a page will not write a book! The article then affirms that mutations are actually a BAD thing when it states, "mutations in genes involved in vesicular transport often lead to disease". In other words, the very thing that is suppose to create this complexity is actually observed to break it. Observation shows us that mutations destroy and create disease and they have never created any new genetic information.
What is the truth?
The truth is that such a complex system has to be designed and could not come about through random luck. Just as our roadways were designed and built by traffic engineers, so was the much more complex traffic systems of our cells! It did not "evolve", it was created by the Master Traffic Engineer - God!
Click the image below to read a scientific article to support this statement.
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