Episode 38 — ATP synthase
ATP synthase is the world’s tiniest motor. Spinning at up to 7000 RPM to manufacture ATP, the energy currency of the cell, it is a key requirement for life and it is powerful evidence against evolution. See a video of how it works.
Main articleFrom Creation magazine 31(4) ATP Synthase
- Design in living organisms (motors: ATP synthase)
- Fantastic voyage
- DNA repair enzyme
- Notable evolutionists retreating from empiricism to arguments from anology
- Can evolution produce new organs or structures?
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