Darwin Deception and Ancient Enzymes

Earth has Rubisco. A lot of it. This enzyme is important in photosynthesis, and some scientists wanted to find a way to improve it. They dug down into Ruby's gene sequences to find enzymes that could be enhanced to increase the production of modern crops.

As usual, they presupposed deep time, then added "evolutionary history" and wanted to bring back genes from millions of Darwin years ago. This assumption had them considering so-called important moments in the history of Solanaceae plants.

An enzyme called Rubisco is abundant and important for photosynthesis. A study to help crop yield claimed to use evolution, but used modern crops in the Solanaceae family, which includes bell peppers..
Bell Peppers, Unsplash / Vino Li

Rubisco, don't take your love to Darwin town. In fact, the malarkey about ancient enzymes that "likely existed" was misleading as well as poor reasoning — they used modern plants in their Rubisco sequencing. Mayhaps it's because evolutionists can't find any evidence of its alleged ancestor. Such evolutionary guesswork keeps coming up empty because life was created recently.

The most abundant protein on Earth is probably an enzyme (biological catalyst) called RuBisCO (or Rubisco) designed by the Creator to function in photosynthesis.1 Specifically, Rubisco combines carbon dioxide (CO2) with a 5-carbon sugar called RuBP. This is the first major step in carbon fixation that results in glucose (sugar) and other compounds. Rubisco is a plentiful protein and is the foundation for photosynthesis. Where did it come from?

Read it all at "Resurrecting 'Ancient' Enzymes?"