Evolutionists are you familiar with DNA? It is an incredibly complex structure and it just happened?

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  • hace 8 meses

    1. Yes I am

    2. That is not a question.

  • Phil M
    Lv 7
    hace 8 meses

    It seems much more plausible that it evolved over billions of years than to have been just "poofed" into existence.

  • Paul
    Lv 7
    hace 8 meses

    Yes, I am extremely familiar with both DNA and biological evolution. And it didn't "just happen". It happened through billions of random mutations, over billions of years, many of them harmful and others beneficial, which over time resulted in the accumulation of multiple small changes in living species. Once these changes accumulated to the point where a given population of organisms had become substantially different from their ancient ancestors, it only makes sense to consider them a new species.

    born again Christian biologist

  • hace 8 meses

    if you're looking for a remedial biology course this is probably not the right place sorry

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  • Carym
    Lv 6
    hace 8 meses

    Yep, DNA is complex and amazingly functional. People who are rational about this know that the best explanation for functioning complexity is an Intelligent Designer. If we wanted to create an airplane, we would rely on engineering and certainly not  leave it to random chance and guesswork.  

    According to the evolution myth, things happened by accident and became advantageous and were further enhanced by more accidents.  How absurd!

  • hace 8 meses

    Incredibly Complex structure must be done through intelligent design, then it can not just happen by accident.

  • Anónimo
    hace 8 meses

    You don’t think this tree grew through billions of years of rock do you?

    Trees like this are found all over the world; buried UPRIGHT in the mud during the worldwide flood. Extreme pressure (from billions of tons of water) caused the mud to solidify into rock. The one and only reason why fossils even exist is because of the flood. There is no such thing as evolution; one animal morphing into another animal. Fish eggs are still fish eggs and chicken eggs are still chicken eggs.

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  • Jeremy
    Lv 6
    hace 8 meses

    That's a bit like dropping a ball on a hill and being incredulous that it "just happens" to roll downhill 100% of the time.  It isn't some chaotic random chance that some theists like to paint it as.  But, that's no reason to assume a sentient creator any more than proposing gravity is a thinking agent.

    At a core level, RNA are fairly simple nucleotides that could easily form over natural events on the planet.  And we know some of these, given the right chemical environment will self replicate.

    From there, it is a long process of these replicating molecules being subject to natural selection, leading to DNA and more complex proteins over possibly millions of years.

  • Anónimo
    hace 8 meses

    Id didn't 'just happen'.  It happened according to the laws of physics.

    It sure ain't magic.

  • hace 8 meses

    Francis S. Collins, director of the Human Genome project, once again stated that the information embedded in DNA proves the existence of God.

    As a believer, Dr. Collins sees DNA - a molecule that is present in all living things, which contains all the information about the species - as the language of God, and the elegance and complexity of the organs and the rest of nature - as a reflection of God's plan.

    If you translate the Human Genome into digital form, it would occupy a 300TB carrier.

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