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The Complexity of Human DNA Destroys Evolution

The Complexity of Human DNA Destroys Evolution

Science continues to reveal more complexity at the smallest levels of life. As a result the evolutionary account of life's origins is rapidly trending toward mythology. May God receive the glory for His incredible creation!
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04 Oct, 202329:04
The Complexity of Human DNA Destroys Evolution

The Complexity of Human DNA Destroys Evolution

Science continues to reveal more complexity at the smallest levels of life. As a result the evolutionary account of its origins is rapidly trending toward mythology. May God receive the glory for His incredible creation!
Podcast
04 Oct, 202324:55
Four problems with the 99% similar chimp human DNA figure

Four problems with the 99% similar chimp human DNA figure

A quick summary of 4 reasons why the popular 99% figure was wrong. For more details watch the entire episode at: https://creation.com/cml9-09 [https://creation.com/cml9-09]
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21 Jun, 202303:27
New research: Chimp Human DNA not 99% similar

New research: Chimp Human DNA not 99% similar

New, more accurate research shows much less similarity. For more details watch the entire episode at: https://creation.com/cml9-09 [https://creation.com/cml9-09]
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31 May, 202302:18
Epigenetics: What is it and how does it confirm creation?

Epigenetics: What is it and how does it confirm creation?

Most people know about the DNA code as the ‘language of life’. DNA code is governed by the epigenetic code, a code so significant that one science writer said that genes are ‘little more than puppets’. What is it and how does it confirm creation?
Podcast
01 Jun, 202223:46
Genetics - ‘Dismantled’ Preview

Genetics - ‘Dismantled’ Preview

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12 Apr, 2022
Our four dimensional genome

Our four dimensional genome

Many people think DNA is like a recipe or an ordered set of instructions. This is far too simplistic–because genomes operate in multiple dimensions. The first dimension is the sequence of DNA letters. Unlike a book, these DNA letters can be 'read' in different ways. For example, each part of a 'gene' can be used in constructing multiple different proteins, a process controlled by other parts of the genome—the second dimension. Then we must consider the arrangement of the DNA in the nucleus, where genes are not randomly distributed, but cluster together according to need—the third dimension. Even more impressively, the chromosomes in the nucleus vary in shape according to the cell’s changing needs over time—the fourth dimension. How could genomes operating in multiple dimensions have evolved? A rare beneficial mutation that might enhance things in one dimension would likely cause problems at other levels. Genomes look more and more like the handiwork of a supremely intelligent programmer.
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16 Dec, 201601:01
How does genetics point to design?

How does genetics point to design?

Gregor Mendel (father of genetics) and Charles Darwin (father of modern evolution) disagreed. Darwin claimed creatures could change into unlimited other creatures. Mendel's discoveries suggest otherwise. See which idea science supports.
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03 Dec, 201628:31
Hudson River super mutants defy evolution

Hudson River super mutants defy evolution

Have the fish in New York's Hudson River evolved into 'super mutants'? A large proportion of the river's Atlantic tomcod fish have developed resistance to certain poisons, and the mass media has heralded this as a dramatic example of evolution in action! However, far from supporting microbes-to-man evolution, these mutant fish have actually devolved, not evolved! That's because the fish have become resistant through a loss of genetic information. Non-resistant fish have special proteins in their cells that allow the poisons to bind. However, due to a genetic mutation, the proteins of resistant fish cannot bind the poisons as readily. So, 'corrupted' proteins have made the fish resistant. And in the poison-rich environment of the Hudson River, it's no wonder that the mutated gene facilitating resistance has quickly spread through the tomcod population. It is misleading to call these changes 'evolution', because evolution requires the addition of new genetic information, but these resistant fish have only demonstrated information loss.
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10 Aug, 201601:01
Epigenetics: What is it and how does it confirm creation?

Epigenetics: What is it and how does it confirm creation?

Most people know about the DNA code as the 'language of life'. Now scientists have discovered the epigenetic code. DNA code is governed by this code, a code so significant that one science writer said that genes are 'little more than puppets'. What is it and how does it confirm creation?
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22 Jun, 201628:31
Epigenetics and natural selection

Epigenetics and natural selection

Did you know that the DNA code is itself governed by another code known as the epigenetic code? This physical and chemical code determines which genes are switched on. Changes in this code can greatly alter an organism without altering one letter of its DNA. For instance, scientists have managed to change the coat colour in mice by feeding them a diet that switches off certain genes. Epigenetics poses new problems for evolution. For instance, a group of animals with a camouflaged coat colour might be favoured in a particular environment, but if this coat colour is due to epigenetics and not the actual DNA code, then the non-camouflaged animals would be selected against in vain. When the epigenetic modification is reset by a diet change, natural selection is sent back to square one. The field of epigenetics, therefore, creates problems for evolution and strongly points to a master programmer who invented the DNA and epigenetic codes.
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11 Nov, 201501:01
Living things are designed to diversify

Living things are designed to diversify

Did you know that animals have genetic switches? These are regulatory regions of DNA that control the genes. Scientists have noticed that dramatic things can happen when a genetic switch is mutated. For instance, a mutated genetic switch can dramatically alter the appearance of stickleback fish, or generate a great variety of coat colours in animals. Veterinary researcher Dr Jean Lightner has suggested that God may have created genetic switches to facilitate variation, the switches having been created with a propensity to mutate without negatively affecting other traits. Modifications to genetic switches are not examples of ‘evolution in action’, even though they often are spoken of in that manner. Indeed, these changes don’t involve new information—new genes—arising, and evolutionists cannot explain the existence of the genetic switches in the first place! The more we learn about the complexity of genomes, the more they point to a super-intelligent master programmer.
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09 Sep, 201501:01
Genetic Entropy - Evolution’s Achilles’ Heels DVD Excerpt

Genetic Entropy - Evolution’s Achilles’ Heels DVD Excerpt

Dr. John Sanford and Dr. Robert Carter discuss how genetic entropy is a fatal flaw for biological evolution.
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21 Aug, 201501:56
Antifreeze proteins prevent fish from freezing

Antifreeze proteins prevent fish from freezing

How do fish survive in Antarctic waters without freezing? The answer is that their blood plasma has lots of ‘antifreeze’ protein that bind to ice and prevent the crystals from growing and thus causing damage. Some evolutionists claim that this is an example of ‘evolution in action’ because new DNA code has been created that codes for the antifreeze protein. But does this really support molecules-to-man evolution? Antifreeze proteins are quite different from the complex, specific proteins found elsewhere in the fish, or in our own bodies. They are simple proteins, which may have arisen through the duplication of a digestive enzyme gene that lost its original function due to mutations scrambling it. Even though they fortuitously prevent ice crystals from growing, this is a very non-specific job that many different random proteins could perform. So, even though antifreeze proteins help fish survive, they don’t explain how complex, specific proteins could arise by mutations.
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05 Aug, 201501:01
Information and the origin of life - Did cells write their own software?

Information and the origin of life - Did cells write their own software?

What is something computers and humans have in common which constantly needs upgrading in computers but not in humans? The answer is software. You might not have realized that you have software but inside the nucleus of each of your cells a program is written in the form of three billion DNA letters.
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11 Apr, 201400:59
Do we all come from two people?

Do we all come from two people?

Many scientists say that the evidence from genetics incontrovertibly shows humans did not originate from a single pair. This episode looks at specific arguments by bible skeptics and shows how wrong they are.
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09 Apr, 201428:31

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