The Molecular Impasse of Evolutionary Theory

The Glorious Irreducible Complexity In The Synthesis Of A Single Protein

Sixty special proteins acting as enzymes are needed to make a single protein inside the cell. If just one of these enzymes needed for protein synthesis is missing, the cell cannot produce proteins. The proteins that serve in protein synthesis are therefore indispensible, they all have to be present in order to manufacture a single protein and they all constitute …

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