Science and Technology
Another of God’s Nuggets of Truth Revealed!
On page 13 in the November 2003 issue of the evolutionist magazine
Discover was the story that “Two bioinformatics researchers from the
University of California at San Diego have pulled the rug out from
under a central tenet of evolution – that mutations appear at random in
different parts of our DNA.” Their research showed that mutations
follow clearly defined patterns in different species’ DNA. This would
mean that whole sections of DNA are essentially off limits to genetic
change. This means that evolutionists’ fantasies about unlimited DNA
change has been dealt a body blow. When taken with the fact that
mutations, what evolutionists call the engine of evolution, can only
rearrange or degrade the information in DNA, but never bring about an
increase in information in it, any pretense of a factual basis for
evolution got that much harder to invent.
What is interesting about scientific research, especially that related to cell structure and DNA, is that the case for Creation keeps getting stronger and evolution just keeps getting that much harder to have faith in.
The article goes on to say that evolutionists will now have to “reevaluate how they . . . infer evolutionary relationships” and that “Most forms of cancer resemble evolution happening on an accelerated timescale, with a sudden explosion of genetic rearrangements taking place in the cells”. When evolutionists “infer evolutionary relationships”, that simply means they are inventing stories about supposed relationships. The facts of DNA now make their story telling harder to do. The statement that “cancer resembles evolution” is of course right on target. Cancer is undirected, uncontrolled growth that leads to death. Evolution is the belief that somehow undirected, uncontrolled growth brought about the information and complexity of the living world we see today. Somehow, evolutionist thinking goes, the same undirected growth that brings about cancer magically brought about the specified complexity of the living world.
One of the more interesting things about this story in Discover is that it consisted of a few paragraphs relegated to a place between a story on Prozac and the effects of nodding your head. And yet this story in the words of the evolutionist authors “pulled the rug out from under a central tenet of evolution”. If this story had been able to be used to promote evolution you can be certain it would have received front-page coverage.