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What proportion of the human genome is actually functional?

What proportion of the human genome is actually functional?

The functional proportion of the genome is higher than evolutionists want, but much of the genomic sequence is unaffected by natural selection.
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14 Mar, 2024
Mutated, caffeine-free tea plant

Mutated, caffeine-free tea plant

Naturally caffeine-free tea is another example of loss, not gain, of genetic information
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10 Jul, 2023
The complex tRNA subsystem: part 2

The complex tRNA subsystem: part 2

tRNAs need dozens of complex and specific biochemical modifications to function properly.
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24 Dec, 2021
The complex tRNA subsystem: part 1

The complex tRNA subsystem: part 1

tRNAs are linker molecules to translate mRNA into protein, but defy evolution in how they are formed.
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17 Dec, 2021
Hemizygosity and post-Flood diversification

Hemizygosity and post-Flood diversification

The hemizygosity hypothesis may explain how cryptic genetic information contained with created kinds enables them to diversify.
Article
01 Oct, 2021
Responding to supposed refutations of Genetic Entropy

Responding to supposed refutations of Genetic Entropy

Paul Price, Dr Robert Carter and Dr John Sanford respond to evolutionist scientists regarding Genetic Entropy.
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01 Dec, 2020
The human genome is amazingly complex

The human genome is amazingly complex

The GTEx Consortium has opened up our understanding of the complexity of the genome and how variation drives complex changes in the cell.
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26 Nov, 2020
High altitude adaptation

High altitude adaptation

God has designed the bodies of man and the animals with the ability to physiologically adapt to high altitudes.
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02 Oct, 2020
The multilayered codes of DNA

The multilayered codes of DNA

DNA is a multi-layered information system with multiple codes that defies evolution.
Article
01 Jun, 2020
Do mutations add information and is that evolution?

Do mutations add information and is that evolution?

Mutations do add new information, so why is that not evolution?
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28 Mar, 2020
Do koalas prove that humans got part of their DNA from viruses?

Do koalas prove that humans got part of their DNA from viruses?

Koalavirus likely not example of invasive genetic element but rather part of the genome’s overall design.
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14 Jan, 2020
The myth of ape-to-human evolution

The myth of ape-to-human evolution

Fossils and population genetics show that the popular ape-to-human evolution idea is a myth.
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12 Nov, 2018
Y chromosome shock

Y chromosome shock

Genome sequencing shows chimpanzee and human Y chromosomes are starkly different
Article
13 Aug, 2012
Time—no friend of evolution

Time—no friend of evolution

The high rates of genetic mutations defies the evolutionary timeline, but fits the biblical 6,000 years
Article
15 May, 2012
Splicing and dicing the human genome

Splicing and dicing the human genome

The ENCODE project revealed that alternative splicing was so all-pervasive in the human genome that scientists have begun looking for a splicing code that governs the process.
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29 Jun, 2010
Neandertal mitochondrial genome

Neandertal mitochondrial genome

Sequencing of Neandertal mitochondrial genome suggests Sequencing of Neandertal mitochondrial genome suggests that Neandertals are outside the range of modern human variation but this does not necessarily conflict with the creationist position that Neandertals lived after the Flood and are fully human.
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25 Jun, 2010

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