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(Science Daily)   "Junk DNA", "dark matter", "missing heriaibility"--scientists have made some progress in figuring out just what 95% of your DNA is getting up to rather than making proteins. Rare "Hero of Science" tag awarded by Subby   (sciencedaily.com ) divider line
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2013-09-20 02:04:42 PM  
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meat0918: abb3w: So, how long until we get a serious "therefore, creationism instead of evolution" argument presented in this thread?

Well DNA cannot function without hundreds of preexisting proteins, but proteins are produced only at the direction of DNA. Because each needs the other, a satisfactory explanation for the origin of one must also explain the origin of the other. Therefore, the components of these manufacturing systems must have come into existence simultaneously.  This implies creation.



And proteins are composed of sequences of amino acids, which can be found in lots of places including interstellar space.
 
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