DNA Provides More Arguments Against the Theory of Evolution

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The theory of evolution has become a dogma not based on any hard scientific evidence. There are many sound arguments against evolution. Such as the fact that we have not found fossils of transitional species that would demonstrate that a species evolved into something new. Or, that if evolution was true there should be thousands of animals with partially developed organs and features. In the long list of arguments against the theory of evolution science has now provided indications against evolution in the actual logic behind the DNA.

DNA is not a random pattern but has all the characteristics of computer code. Computer data in a computer is made of sets of sequences of zeros and ones. The DNA follows a similar logic.Dr. Francis Collins, director of the Human Genome Project (that mapped the human DNA structure) said that one can “think of DNA as an instructional script, a software program, sitting in the nucleus of the cell.

The DNA uses four chemicals which are abbreviated as A,T, G, and C. The sequences of this letters (e.g. ACAAGATCCATTGTC) provide all the instructions for an organism to develop and function. In a single cell of our body one can find a sequence of 3 billion letters.

Perry Marshall a famous computer networking expert and author considers DNA as a code or language and an information storage mechanism. According to Marshall code can only be a result of an intelligent intervention. How could have this code be built by coincidence? Why isn’t there any example in nature of a natural process of code creation? How can one explain this sophisticated coding system, residing in cells of all living organisms? 

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