Monday, July 5, 2010

Natural Selection Debunked?

"What are the odds that a chance-based system, like mutations, could generate many amino acid repeat codes in supposedly useless, throw-away areas of the genome?" asks Brian Thomas — Genome Study Shows Purpose, Not 'Selection'.

He reports on study suggesting that "unexpected amino acid repeat finds [that] were assumed to have been put in place by natural selection, which is the 19th-century concept that mindless laws of nature exert some kind of creative force on life forms--a monolithic Darwinian doctrine with no science behind it," but "[i]nstead, it appears that the amino acid tandem repeats, as well as similar repeats throughout the whole genome, were put in place on purpose by an entity with the prerequisite characteristics for being able to act with purpose: wisdom, will, and power."

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