Science and Technology
A Dead-end for this Cancer Research - Evolution as anti-knowledge strikes again
In the January 2007 edition of the evolutionist magazine Scientific American is an article titled Evolved for Cancer. The synopsis of the article states:
- Natural selection has only a limited ability to prevent cancer. It has provided some defenses, but these tend to delay the disease until late in life rather than eliminating it entirely.
- In addition, evolutionary forces have apparently favored some genes that can contribute to cancer’s development or aggressiveness.
- An understanding of cancer’s evolutionary history – and how individual tumors evolve in the body – could suggest fresh angles of attack on the disorder. (emphasis added)
I am not a medical researcher, but I am going to make a prediction that this research will amount to nothing. For more than a hundred years evolutionary based medical research has led researchers into numerous blind alleys, the best known being vestigial organs.
Evolutionists preached that there was a lot of evolutionary garbage, left over organs, in the human body. At one time evolutionists classified over 100 organs as useless. All of these organs have since been shown to be both useful and necessary. But it was because of this evolutionist nonsense that some aspects of medical research were held back for decades, as well as causing ten of thousands of people to have various organs in their bodies unnecessarily chopped out.
Where you start out will determine where you end up. Because evolutionists start out believing in the nonsense of evolutionism, they go down all sorts of blind alleys, ending up nowhere, medical research is just one example of this.