"Junk" DNA Myth Dying, Creationists Vindicated

Naturalistic presuppositions and scientific laziness — we must call them what they are — have been major factors in ugsome research. These contributed to cheating, such as the Miller-Urey experiment and the fake human-chimpanzee similarities. Such practices and dubious ethics have hindered medical science for decades.

A good deal of the problem is arrogance on the part of scientists who let their assumptions hinder medical science. This happened with "vestigial" organs, and is part of the reason for the harmful assumption of "junk" DNA.

Arrogant secularists presupposed evolution, which harmed medical science for years, such as junk DNA. Secularists caught up to what creationists said all along, and that concept is mostly dead.
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Like with "vestigial" organs/structures, large sections of DNA were considered useless leftovers of our evolutionary. These presumptions were past based on ignorance as well as hubris. Scientists didn't understand them, so they made pronouncements about DNA: It wasn't worth investigating.

Fortunately, some scientists still believe in doing science despite the narrative of the secular science industry. Uses for parts of DNA formerly thought useless were discovered as knowledge grew, and the junk concept is mostly dead. If those owlhoots had awakened one morning with their heads sewn to the carpet, they wouldn't have been more surprised.

If these tinhorns had bothered to take off the Darwin spectacles and realize that the Master Engineer put things in their places for good reasons, they wouldn't have impeded science. Indeed, this is one of many predictions from creation science that has come to pass.
When the over 3 billion DNA nucleotide bases in humans were being sequenced and analyzed, a concern was whether or not scientists should waste time on sequencing junk DNA. As one leading Whitehead Institute geneticist, Robert Weinberg, wrote: “because 95 percent of the genome seemed to consist of so-called junk DNA—’genetic garbage,’ he called it—sequencing the entire thing would be a huge waste of time. ‘I believe it will turn out to be biologically meaningless.’” The functional genes, Weinberg concluded, constituted “a small archipelago of information scattered amidst a sea of drivel.”

It was believed that the vast majority of the genome was junk because the “genome contains molecular mile after mile of redundant sequences, chains of nucleotide pairs that are repeated endlessly for no apparent reason.” As one observer wrote:

To learn what the observer wrote and read the entire article, see "Junk DNA Goes the Way of the Vestigial Organs Myth." Also, an article on this subject that was published about a month previously that also has useful information, see "Junk DNA Concept Is Mostly Dead."