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Friday, July 3, 2015

Building Blocks of Life by Design

Differences between organisms are assumed to be a product of evolution, Common building blocks of life do not provide enough information to account for the differences. The big picture is *between* the genes.


Arguing from their worldviews, Darwinists see similarities between organisms and believe that it indicates particles-to-pathologist evolution. Biblical creationists take a more reasonable approach from their own worldview, seeing similarities indicates common design by the Creator. Changes in the building blocks of life through mutations are supposed to add information. This does not work, since it has not been observed, and cannot be observed because it takes allegedly millions of years to happen. Also, regulatory DNA is a small part of the big picture, a fact that is hostile to evolution. No, the big picture is in a rather surprising place.
The work of our wise common Designer is evident even between our genes.

Every time a baby is conceived, his or her genetic blueprint is put to work orchestrating construction of his or her human body. Yet geneticists have found that primate animals share many of the twenty to thirty thousand protein-coding genes in the human genome. From almost the same genetic building blocks, very different results are achieved! But is that the result of evolution, or God’s design?

Believing these shared genes are the result of shared evolutionary ancestry, Adam Siepel and his team of computational biologists at Cornell University report they can analyze how natural selection reworked the genome of the ancestral ape-like animal that humans and chimps supposedly shared 4–6 million years ago to produce us.
To read the rest, click on "Looking Between Genes Reveals Differences by Design, Not Evolutionary Descent".
   


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