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The Molecular Impasse of Evolutionary Theory

Manufacturing a molecule in a laboratory environment is not evidence for evolution

The 29 October issue of the magazine Nature carried an article titled ‘Scientists Make Enzyme That Could Explain the Origin of Life on Earth.’ Scientists manufactured a molecule they named a ‘ribozyme’ under test tube conditions and claimed that this constituted evidence for evolution. First and foremost, this Darwinist claim is nothing new, and we have responded to claims concerning …

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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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Protein Synthesis is Impossible to Explain Through Evolutionary Mechanisms

As evolutionists also well know, it is impossible that even a single protein, which is the smallest building block of life, could come into existence on its own by coincidence. Even the tiniest protein molecule has a superior creation, a striking mechanism and characteristics. It is impossible that inanimate atoms could organize and form this perfect structure through coincidence. In …

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There Is No Such Thing as the “First Self-reproducing Molecule That Gave Rise to Life”

The scenario regarding life that Darwinists have been rehearsing ever since Darwin’s time begins with a mythical “first cell” that supposedly came into being spontaneously. This mythical first cell; Was described in Darwin’s day as “a small balloon filled with water,” because under the primitive conditions of the time, nobody even knew what the cell really looked like. It was …

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