Mutations have not be able to build anything new

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https://youtu.be/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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Is the human genome evolving or devolving?

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Genetic entropy - Evolution's Archilles' Heels https://youtu.be/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…
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No new information can be added to an organism’s genetic code

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You hear this one a lot. Science has proven evolution. Therefore, evolution is true. Since evolution is true and Christians don't believe it, then Christians don’t believe science and they aren't rational people. Really? Let's put that thing to the test. First off, evolution in the sense that things change is evident. No rational person disputes that. Therefore, rational Christians believe it. We can observe change but evolution in the sense that life came from non-life and then that life began to randomly generate new genetic information and overtime it eventually produced humans is something entirely different and something that quite honestly doesn't hold up against science  Another word evolution in the sense of molecules to man is not scientifically possible and therefore should not be viewed as scientific fact.…
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Doesn’t junk DNA prove evolution?

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https://vimeo.com/249680506 Darwinists assume creatures evolved through random mutations. This leads to another assumption that human DNA must be full of useless sequences. They call it “junk DNA”. In 2001, the Human Genome Project was published. This massive project took years but eventually scientist sequenced the entire Human Genome. Secular scientists recognized about 5% of its purpose but they couldn't figure out the other 95%. They quickly assume it had no purpose. They label these unknown regions “junk DNA” and claim them as evidence for evolution. More responsible scientists caution that this assumption came out way too soon. We should find out if it has a function before declaring that it doesn't. The secular project Encode was launched to do just that. And in 2012, scores of researchers announced that at…
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What is the RNA world hypothesis?

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DNA is a great way to store information but they proteins to replicate and survive. Proteins work to keep cells alive but they can't store information and need DNA for that. So we have a chicken and egg situation. DNA needs proteins to function and proteins need DNA to exist. So which came first. Some scientists believe that RNA came first because RNA can store information and perform functions that keep cells alive. 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…
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Where does information in DNA come from?

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Information is required to create life. Our genes, the DNA contains the information necessary for proteins to be built. DNA is not simple pieces of information. They are an elaborate instruction manual on how proteins should be built. Bill Gates has this to say about the DNA. Would anyone think that a computer program like the Windows operating system came about by random chance? https://youtu.be/TPA4rrLq1Xs Look through the pages of the book I just put on your lap. Look at the color pictures and I'll ask you a question. Do you believe that book could happen by accident? That nothing produced the color pictures in the book? That red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet ink fell from the sky and formed itself into those beautiful pictures? And then black…
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DNA and proteins: Which come first?

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Proteins require DNA to be formed because DNA provides the instruction codes for amino acids to be sequenced correctly to form proteins. However, DNA by itself is useless unless there is already-existing protein. We have a chicken and egg situation. One cannot come before the other. They must both come together at once. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7ZcKEZh_6U Here's how to quickly and definitively refute the theory of evolution. It's simply a fact that life cannot exist without proteins. Proteins are essential to every cell’s function and existence. However, proteins require DNA to be formed. That's because proteins are chains of specifically-sequenced amino acids. Amino acids must link up in the precise sequence for a protein to form. The precise sequence of amino acids which is essential to protein formation is itself determined by…
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