Besides some natural adaption of species, there is no such thing as evolution. This natural adaption even seems to be able to actively adapt a species to its environment. For the rest, darwinian evolution is mostly an unfalsifyable hypothesis. Think of it: can you come up with something that can falsify evolution theory?
DNA and programming
Within biology, you can find numorous examples of extremely advanced engineering. Even the internal of a cell outperforms the most advanced computer ever made. A human cell contains a full CD of executable code. It is a binary code that is so complex that it is shown to be more advanced than any computer program available. The cell can be compared to a computer with a built in factory to copy the computer itself. Below is a list of similarities of a computer and a cell.
DNA: Data storage
A cell core can be compared to a tiny harddisk. A human cell contains a full CD of data. It’s stored in such a way that it can be read, but also read backwards. Information can be combined, and it can be read in multiple ways. It’s like a zip-compression, but then a couple of times better.
RNA: Compiler and function calls.
RNA can be compared to function calls. It is also a compiling instruction. It consists of copies of snippets of the DNA code, and the combination of specific RNA snippets form a computerprogram.
Proteines: variables and arrays and building blocks.
Proteines are the result of a translation of the RNA code. These form arrays that are used to construct a machine/organism.
Cell: Self-replicating computer/container
The proteines form cells, which are tiny supercomputers. These supercomputers are able to build new computers. The cells contain all pieces of the computer device.
Polymerase: Hard drive mechanism
A polymerase is responsible for exposing the right data at the right time. It can perform “read” and “copy” operations.
The ribosome is responsible for performing function calls, and manipulate variables that are the result of the function call.
Missing one of the components will make the system fail. So this is irriducably complex and outperforms any computer that has ever been invented.
Virus: USB-flash drive
A virus is a snippet of DNA data that can overwrite or corrupt the original data.
“Evolutionary” selection: Binary search method
The result of DNA has some freedom to change itself. This is used to cause variety, and to find an acceptable compilation using “>” and “<” operators. This is similar to a binary search tree.
This last issue is what evolutionists claim is a form of trial and error that improves itself because of random mutations. Evolutionists simply seem not to realize that this requires:
Baramin: Binary tree rootnode.
You cannot perform a binary search method without a root node that contains all the information of the search tree. Randomness is not helpful.
Compare a binary tree with a biological family tree, and see the similarity.
Genetic change and healing: Exception handling
There is a lot of inactive DNA inside all living creatures, that can respond to a change in the environment. This is why species change, and why this happens unexpectedly fast. It is not “evolution at random”, but it is predefined information in organisms.
In computer programs, a lot of things can go wrong. When you do something to a computer program that is not supposed to be done, the computer program crashes and shuts down. In order to prevent that, programmers use “exception handling” to catch a failed attempt somewhere in the program. The programmer thinks of what could go wrong, and builds something around it to prevent that. Programmers also add exception handlers, when they find out it is not working.
Example: if a program processes a list of files, and one of the files is not consistent with the expectation of the program, the programmer must choose what the program does. Valid examples are:
- Repair the file
- Skip the file
- Give the user a warning message and ask what to do
If there is no valid exception handler available, the program crashes or aborts. But more interstingly, what would happen if there is a random exception handler? The following things could occur:
- jlha1oI139889AFd#jk-h1@@@eaFaf (or something similar. This is the most likely, as it is completely random)
- Print 1000 times “I love you”
- Repeat the procedure
- Blink the screen
- Order a t-shirt online
- Format c:\
Within reason, it is even extremely unlikely that there is a valid exception handler available in randomness. And even if there is a valid exception handler available, it is not at all likely that this does something that is helpful for the exception.
What would happen if exception handlers in genes would be dependant on randomness? Assume we would have a random exception handler, that responds to a wound. In stead of repairing the wound, it may just as well make the wound larger. Or it would start growing teeth or hairs. Or it would start growing a large piece of skin out of control. That does not happen, because the exception handler in our bodies is extremely well designed.
What would happen if no exception handling is available when a virus comes in? Everything would die. The most simple viruses would be lethal.
The chance that there is randomly generated information available to respond correctly to any random environment change, to “catch the exception”, is increadibly little. Yet, biology is full of these exception handlers. Both in healing, and in responding to the environment. Randomness is not helpful.
The biological response to environment change is extremely effective and extremely flexible, but it is only active when it needs to be. Changes do not require a lot of time, but a lot of exposure to a different environment. The self-repairing and adjusting mechanisms in organisms outperform anything we have made so far. Does your car or computer or the ISS repair itself?
So does randomness not occur in genes? Well it does. Randomness is also used in computer programs. That’s called a “randomizer”. One example where it is used is to give cars in computer games a random color. Or to choose a random car type. Randomizers give variables a random value. Evolutionists hope this is the answer to solve several problems, as in “randomness is occuring in genetic code, so we assume the entire code is built this way.” Hmm… First obvious issue: how is this supposed to form the first cell+core as described above?
A randomizer manipulates variables. It does not:
– write computer programs
– invent hardware
– build computers
So randomizers in DNA may do things like give your hair a different color, or make your nose bigger. Whatever. It’s fun! Variation is nice and beautiful. But saying that this solves issues like inventing a kidney, well… That’s just like playing tetris long enough, and hope for that one day these falling blocks will one day become a useful CAD program. There is a randomizer in there, isn’t it? So why not?
Extreme complexity within biology
Here is more about the extreme engineering in biology:
The following is about the fact that DNA repairs itself and its implications for evolution theory:
Every code in DNA exists 4 times within a cell. Errors that are too large are simply removed by a complex repair mechanism. If errors slip through anyway, the creature has little chance of survival. Evolution is not even unlikely, it is absolutely impossible.
Biology outperforms our inventions to impressive levels. People have put a lot of effort, education and design to make those inventions. And better machinery is developed coincidentially? Darwinian evolution is absolutely rediculous. Biology shows the outstanding glory of God! Evolutionists should be aware that they are refusing to give God the glory that belongs only to him.
Evolution is a belief
The folowing shows evolution is based on faith in evolution, not on observable evidence:
“The problem with those who are unable to see evolution, I think, is they don’t have imaginations.”
Biology finds more and more of the complexity in organisms. My expectation is that progress in biology will keep on showing unexpected complexity to those who believe in evolution and even to those who don’t believe in evolution. Every piece of complexity is a challange to evolution. Biology only consists of these challanges. Darwinian evolution only exists in the imagination: pure fantasy.
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