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The invalidity of he claim that “the probability calculations regarding protein formation are wrong”

Since the greatest and most fundamental dilemma facing Darwinism is that of the initial beginning of life, that is the subject that is most troubling to Darwinists. Darwinists are unable to account for the formation of a single protein even in the laboratory, let alone by chance, and as always they resort to demagoguery as the easiest way out. Darwinists …

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Responses to the claim that peptide bonds can be established in the laboratory

Darwinists have been going through troubled times in the face of the fact that protein cannot form spontaneously. They claim that one peptide bond, one of the hundreds of essential preconditions for protein, can be formed in the laboratory. The fact is, however, that even if such research has been carried out, the existence of one chemical bond produced in …

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The invalidity of the claim that “the fact that species may change little or not at all does not disprove evolution”

This is what Darwinists say when faced with fossil evidence that has never undergone any change. Such glorious fossil evidence so demolished evolution that Darwinists think they can remedy the situation and close the subject by claiming that some species have never changed.  The fact is, however, that this applies to all the more than 300 million fossils that have …

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The invalidity of the claim that “evolution has nothing to do with chance”

One of the issues that Darwinists have recently taken to espousing is the claim that “evolution has nothing to do with chance.” This claim, proposed with the incomprehensible and specious idea that “everything happened randomly, but that does not mean by chance,” serves no other purpose than to reveal how illogical Darwinists’ claims are. This claim, developed as a defense …

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