Mutations within living things are not making life more complicated – in fact, evidence is showing that they start out more complicated! “The “interactome” of life — the set of gene regulatory networks and protein interactions — must survive perturbations to keep organisms alive. Mutations do not construct new complex machines. This study says that they “gum up the works.” Unless species “from bacteria to primates” had pre-existing strategies to backup and survive...Read More
The Endosymbiosis Theory – Is it realistic?
Some evolutionists have postulated that simpler forms of life (ancient early cells) engulfed other simpler forms of life (two common examples hypothesized are mitochondria and chloroplasts) to become bigger and more complex cells – like eukaryotic cells today. Is that really possible?? Can one simpler blob of life with specific evolved genetic code engulf another simpler blob of life with it’s own specific evolved genetic code and then the host would have to...Read More
Circadian Rhythm – any evolutionary steps??…No.
“No transitional schemes can be constructed to explain the emergence of the more complex systems from the simpler ones found in bacteria on account of lack of homologous features conserved across the kingdoms. In laboratory experiments, considerable design input is needed to construct the simplest artificial biological clock; these do not run on a 24-hour cycle. The existence of circadian clocks, with fundamental common design elements, specified complexity,...Read More
“Evolutionists claim vision arose more than forty separate times” … !!!
“…and that a complex eye like yours—with a lens and retina— originated at least five separate times, as it is found separately in vertebrates, cephalopods (octopus/squid), annelid worms, jellyfish, and a spider (figure 2). Such origins have not remotely been demonstrated experimentally, and though these designs are complex, their similarity cannot be explained: by common descent, or by atavism (i.e. the masking, and later un-masking of genetic traits), or by sideways...Read More
Genes Way Before Any Use?
How could all of those genetics have evolved and become ‘stuck’ within the genetics of organisms before it had any use? “At the point when the modern animal body plans first emerged [half a billion years ago] just about all the genes that are used in modern organisms to make embryos were already there. They had evolved in the single-celled world but they weren’t doing embryogenesis [Mazur’s braces]” (Stuart Newman, p. 52). “Look, when Sherman stresses that the sea...Read More
A Credible Explanation??
Well-known American Atheist philosopher, Thomas Nagel said, “What is lacking, to my knowledge, is a credible argument that the story [of cosmic evolution] has a nonnegligible probability of being true. There are two questions. First, given what is known about the chemical basis of biology and genetics, what is the likelihood that self-reproducing life forms should have come into existence spontaneously on the early earth, solely through the operation of the laws of...Read More
Going down, down, down!!
“Mendel’s Accountant is the most accurate software available for realistically simulating evolutionary genetic models. It was created by the Institute for Creation Research. Crude forerunners of this software were created earlier by evolutionists, but, since the software did not support their theory, they abandoned it. Mendel’s Accountant shows that mutations accumulate in a highly linear manner. In other words, almost all mutations do not have a noticeable...Read More
Tasting Bitterness – Simple or Complex??
“Evolutionists often point out that bitter foods can be poisonous—the bitterness is usually from alkaloids, many of which are toxic. So tasting them before swallowing is advantageous. They must envisage something like this: The ability to distinguish ‘bitter’ arises through random genetic mutation; This survival advantage (avoiding some potentially life-threatening foods) enables the organism to produce more offspring that also have this new adaptation; The ability...Read More
Does Covid-19 Provide Evidence of Evolution?
Mutations have occurred causing the new strains of the COVID-19 Virus. “Changes like this are expected. This does not mean the virus is ‘evolving’. In fact, over time viral infectivity should wane. As each viral strain in circulation picks up more and more mutations, it should become less and less robust. This is the essence of genetic entropy and we saw it happen within the human H1N1 virus. Yet, the process took decades in H1N1 and SARS-CoV-2 has only been...Read More
Still Not Enough…
“Mutations happen. This is a given fact. Species change. This is also a given fact. Yet, none of this explains the origin of life, the complexity of life, etc. In other words, ‘change over time’ is fully part of the creation model. While it is true that ‘change’ is necessary for evolution, simple change is not enough. They need enough change over enough time to explain the common ancestry of all life. Yet, there is no mechanism to produce the vast amount of new...Read More
Genetics Points to a Young Earth!
Great Summary: “The new Y-chromosome genetic data brings a huge challenge to the secular science community. While discussing the ramifications of this, Jeanson recently stated: “I’m anxious to see how the evolutionists try to dismiss this second, independent line of genetic evidence for the young-earth timescale. Not only do they have to explain why the data contradict evolution, they have to also explain why the data are such a tight match with the predictions...Read More
Not Enough Mutations for Evolutionary Time!!
“They noted that if humans have actually been around for several hundred thousand years or more, according to RAO they should have accumulated 8 to 59 times the amount of mutations that we currently observe in Y chromosomes worldwide. Quite notably, they empirically proved that we can only observe about 4,500 years of mutation accumulation in all of human paternal ancestry, as documented in the record of the human Y chromosome.” Read more here:...Read More