The Human Genome is the full component of the genetic material in a human cell. The Genome is distributed among 23 pairs of chromosomes, which in each of us have been replicated and re-replicated since the fusion of egg and sperm that's marked our conception. In an amazing feat of architecture, our 46 chromosomes threads linked together would measure more than 6 feet, yet the nucleus of each cell contains less than 4/10,000ths of an inch in diameter!
Each Chromosome is a packet of compressed and entwined DNA, a substance that controls the complete construction, organization, and operation of our cells. It is estimated that the total amount of DNA necessary to code 100 billion people could be contained in half of an aspirin tablet. The human mind and body are built to run with 100,000 kinds of proteins molecules. It is the job of the genes to provide a continuous supply of these proteins. To decode our genes, would be a huge step for science in the quest to understand life's mysteries.
Creationists and evolutionist have long been debating the "Chicken and Egg" paradox. The answer to the origin of the DNA molecule is essentially the answer to the origin of the life on the earth. The process of duplicating DNA means that specific protein enzymes must function to unwind, unzip, copy and rewind the DNA molecule. There are even enzymes that screen for and correct copying errors! The instructions for production of all proteins are stored in DNA. So which came first, DNA molecule or the proteins necessary to make DNA? You can't make DNA without highly specific protein in the first place and that means DNA.
Creationists believe that God has created this marvelous mechanism; in contrast, the evolutionists accept the theory of Spontaneous generation - the natural synthesis of something from nothing.
The more you understand science, the less you can believe that the evolution is an accident! Just the brain, with its billions and billions of neurons, how it remembers everything it has ever seen or heard. Yes it does!
If you put a probe in the hippocampus of an 80 years old man, he can tell you verbatim the words of a book he read 60 years ago. This is highly complex and sophisticated organ. Not a likely result of chance process. Plus, we give evolutionist too much if we start with a single cell. Try starting with inert substances.
Even if you accept evolutionary theory developing a more sophisticated organism in this theoretically "logically" fashion, then there should be a continuum of organisms. And why did evolution divert in so many directions - birds, fishes, elephants, apes, humans, if there is some force evolving to the maximum? Why isn't everything a human: a superior human? Darwin specifically stated that his theory hung on intermediate forms, and was sure that we would find them. More than 100 years later, we still haven't found them. Even the earliest fossils don't show much intermediates.
The simple case of apes to human, it should be easy to find abundant fossil remains since, according to evolutionary theory, this is the most recent transition. If we can find so many fossils of dinosaurs, which are further into the evolutionary scheme, we should have plenty of evidence of intermediates between humans and apes.
Darwin was a powerful observer, set out to prove another explanation to life. On Galapagos Island he found thick billed finches whose bills where capable of breaking apart hard seeds. He also discovered iguanas and tortoise with different adaptations. He concluded that they were evolving, but he was right in the terms of microevolution - adaptation to the environment. Imagine if you only get fed if you could dunk basketball, only tall people would survive, they would pass on their tall genes to their offspring. Is this evolution or adaptation? Obviously, it's the latter. But evolution means one organism eventually changing into another quite different, and there's no evidence for such change.
The Hubble telescope has revealed much more to us. Our galaxy is but a tiny dot in the great scheme of the universe, and there is so much more beyond what we know. Even in our solar system, we orbit 93 million miles from the sun, if it was 92 million we'd be incinerated; 94 million and we'd be a frozen ice ball, there's so much - it's all so extraordinarily organized with such complexity. How does this happen?
Also take the ideas of the origins of the universe; the scientists speak about the second law of thermodynamics, which states that everything tends towards a state of disorganization. So how could our incredibly organized universe come about because of the big bang? This flies in the face of the second law, which says it would be less organized as a result, not more! Scientists have to be consistent.
If you accept the evolutionary theory you dismiss ethics, you don't have to abide by a set of moral codes, you determine your own conscience based on your own desires. You can't trust your beliefs, since you accept that it does not confirm to scientific thoughts.
I am no scientist, but can you prove evolution? No. Can you prove creation? No. Can you use the intellect God has given you to decide whether something is logical or illogical? Yes, absolutely it all comes down to faith, and I don't have enough to believe in evolution. I want to be logical!
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