The article linked to the picture below discusses how DNA is repaired in the cell. The article states, "DNA repair is essential for cell vitality, cell survival and cancer prevention, yet cells' ability to patch up damaged DNA declines with age for reasons not fully understood". The article touches on the complexity on the process of DNA repair. It also shows that such a mechanism to repair DNA must have been active in life from the beginning. This is because without repair, the DNA would fall into disrepair in a short amount of time and life could not survive. How does microbes to man evolution explain such complexity from the beginning? It can't! Evolutionists come up with theories based on blind faith and not on science. The truth is that life must have been fully developed from the beginning with all the sophisticated functionality that we see today. Such complexities could not evolve since we know that the supposed driving force of evolution, mutations, have never been seen to create any new genetic information. They have just been observed to change existing genetic information and when mutations impact an organism, that impact is overwhelmingly bad!
Finally, one must consider how long you could live if their DNA repair mechanisms continued to operate at full function in old age? One could conclude that we would age much slower and live much longer. This is one reason those in Genesis lived to such long ages. Their genome was much better than ours and so all the systems of their body operated much better for much longer.
Click the image below to read a scientific article to support this statement.
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