Can evolution explain change from one specie to another?

Darwinian Evolution
https://youtu.be/SnVU_VZ0qrM You are describing natural selection. If we went to a car factory and we took out all the kinks (i.e. all the bad things) in the car assembly line. After we got everything that was wrong with the car assembly, how many runs would we have to wait until finally they produced an airplane? You can't turn a car into an airplane. Yes you can. You can’t turn one thing into another. You can turn a car into an airplane. Through natural selection, a car can turn into an airplane. Why is that funny? That’s science. 
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What actually happens when scientists say they have synthesized a cell

Cells
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-OJOpEb0YPc Here are the parts of a car. This is not all the parts because obviously some of this is already constructed. You have these seats already put together but there's a lot of pieces. Could you put that together? Probably few people could put that together. If you had no directions, could you put it together? Very few could put that together. What if you had no tools? What if you didn't have a ring compressor to compress the rings when you were putting the pistons in? What would you do? It'd be hard with no tools. You need building blocks for a car. Each one of these parts is a building block for the car. Where do you get those building blocks? You just go to rockauto.com. On…
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James Tour on whether scientists have built synthetic cell

Cells
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xeFW2PgU2aU Try to build a cell even hypothetically. Assemble a dream team of all your best professors and you say “Can you make a living cell if you were to give them the chemicals in homochiro form and the informational code?” So say I'll give you all the chemicals. Can you build a cell. No. I’'ll give you the informational code. I'll give you DNA in any order that you want. I'll give you the RNA in any order that you want. I'll even give you the enzymes all assembled. I'll give you the lipids all in homochiral form, whatever lipids you want. I'll give you all the proteins, all the ionophores, all the carbohydrates in whatever form you want. Here they are all in separate bottles in your modern…
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Evolutionary Biologists VS. The World

Proteins
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtB-278kWlQ In 1966, there was a conference held at the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia and this problem was first explicitly formulated. There was an MIT scientist, a professor of engineering, Murray Eden, a computer engineer who raised the problem this way. He said that, "No currently existing formal language can tolerate random changes in the symbol sequences which express its sentences. Meaning is almost invariably destroyed." Now this conference followed a picnic in 1965 on the lawn of a famous MIT physicist named Victor Weisskopf. And at the picnic an argument broke out between the physicists, the engineers, the computer scientists, and the mathematicians on one side and the biologists on the other. The biologists have been chatting up all the exciting things that had been going on in their…
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Stephen Meyer Unmasks The Coding Of Human DNA

DNA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxhuxg3WRfg We've shown that DNA is actually the software of life. It's totally interchangeable between the digital world and the biological world. The DNA code itself is so digital, is so almost exactly like a confusion tape. Scientists have come to the amazing conclusion that our bodies contain digital code. In fact Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, tweeted “DNA is more advanced than any software ever created.” Think about it. A program or code is written by someone who is very smart. The more complex the code, the more intelligent the author has to be. If our DNA code is more complex than any man-made software, where did it come from? Is it possible it was authored without an author, programmed without a programmer? Materialists think so, through Neo-Darwinism,…
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Michael Behe Exposes How Mutations Fail To Invent

DNA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ivgQFIST1g Mutation - it is the key to our evolution. It has enabled us to evolve from a single-celled organism into the dominant species on the planet. Mutation is a critical ingredient in the recipe for evolution. Mutation generates variation, differences between individuals. Are mutations really the key to our evolution? Think about it. In real life, genetic mutations don't create super powers, they create super challenges. Sometimes those mutations are even life-threatening. That's the reality. Yet we're told that random mutations with guidance from natural selection invented and genetically engineered every feature of every living organism changes. Evolutionary biologists claim that random mutations accumulating overtime ultimately produced life's features. If this is the case, zillions of chance mutations over the history of life led to the invention of flight…
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Can Changes in DNA Explain Evolution?

DNA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEZi5A6HCWs Because if you actually look at experimental results, there’s no reason to think that one can modify fundamentally the form of life by changing DNA. Mutations definitely have effects and there are some organisms that have been studied so exhaustively we really know all the effects that mutations have. The poor fruit fly drosophila melanogaster is one of these that’s been studied for many years in laboratories and mutations have been cataloged ad infinitum. And they do all kinds of horrible things to these fruit flies. Many of them do nothing, some of them kill the fruit fly and some of them deform the fruit fly. You can get fruit flies that have no wings or that have legs coming out of their head instead of antennae. All kinds…
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Genetic Entropy – Evolution’s Achilles’ Heels

DNA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zOxFFiVY1A There’s a problem, and it doesn’t matter if you’re looking at the human genome or the chimpanzee genome or any other genome. And the problem is that the information is degrading and mutations are building up in populations over time. So I’ve been studying genetic entropy for the last thirteen years, and it’s a really profound problem, and it’s something widely acknowledged by geneticists, and it is the problem that bad mutations accumulate in the human genome, and this is best illustrated by just considering it on a personal level. In your body or in my body, we have about three new mutations every time a cell divides. So this is sobering because it’s the reason we die. And so the reason that we get old and all of…
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Why The RNA World Hypothesis Fails As Explanation On Life’s Origin (Stephen Meyer)

DNA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TiERuDeKH8 There are a number of problems with the RNA world and I'm happy to speak about them all in the question and answer time. I have an extensive chapter about this in the book. It's interesting to note that people who are very much in the forefront of the origin of life studies are now saying that the we now need a pre-RNA world because the RNA world is so fraught with difficulty. But for the purposes of my talk, I want to just highlight one of those difficulties and it is again an information problem. The RNA world envisions an RNA molecule capable of copying itself. Ribozyme engineers, scientists are working very hard to try to get RNA to do the things that we hope it would do…
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The RNA Origin of Life

DNA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYQQD0KNOis Where does life come from? This is one of the most important questions humanity has ever posed. And the scientific answer is: we don’t entirely know. You might think that cracking DNA’s genetic code should have explained life’s origins. And it definitely helped—-thanks to our understanding of DNA, we can map out the history of evolution all the way back to single celled life. But that’s where we’re stuck. The problem is, DNA is a great way to store information, but it doesn’t do much else—-cells rely on other molecules like proteins to replicate, grow, and survive. Proteins, on the other hand, work great as molecular machines to keep cells alive and healthy, but they can’t store information or copy themselves—-they need DNA for that. So we have a…
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