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The Perfect Distribution of Organelles in the Cell

The basic structural unit of creatures, the cell, is incredibly complex enough to leave people amazed. Just like the existence of a single cell, the harmony and cooperation in the cell is very impressive. As the structure of the cell and systems in it are further investigated and new details are found, this perfect order is seen more clearly. A …

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Intracellular Molecular Machines That Perform Protein Care and Cleanup

Cells spring to life with the proteins and the functions of the cells actualize through proteins specially made for each task.  In a typical mammal cell, there are approximately ten to twenty thousand different functioning protein varieties.  For a cell to be healthy, these proteins need to be healthy first. For this reason, the existence of intracellular quality control mechanisms …

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The Myth of Evolution Again from the Top: “Let life start without protein, but not without sugar”

Although Darwinists are no longer as vocal as they once were, they still continue to test the waters from time to time. Indeed, a new chapter was recently added to the long list of Darwinist errors. That was the claim that ‘chain reactions inside the cell can occur in the absence of enzymes.’  In this article we shall reveal that …

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The Question Razing The Theory Of Evolution To The Ground: How Did Inanimate Molecules Come To Life?

The theory of evolution has collapsed in the first place, in the face of the question, “How did life begin?” Evolutionists, who tell pages of stories and create countless speculations about fossils and origins of species, cannot produce an imaginary scenarios to answer the question “How did life begin?” and fall into a deep silence: This is because it is …

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