This post was scheduled for 08.09, 10-11-12, Eastern Daylight Time, New York, USA.
In part one I discussed the exciting discoveries of the ENCODE project on “junk” DNA. In part two I want to discuss the opposition of many evolutionists to the ENCODE findings.You can read the rest of "ENCODE and the Dark Matter of the Genome — Part Two", here.
Rather than put words in the evolutionists’ mouths, I will let them speak for themselves as to how they regard approximately 98 percent of human DNA, the so-called “junk” DNA. Only about two percent of DNA is thought to consist of coding DNA or genes (packets of information on how to make proteins).