DNA Evidence of God

DNA GOD’S

COMPUTER PROGRAM/BLUE PRINT

 

Evolution teaches that life happens by accident not by design. Their "theory" is that millions of years ago, the earth was basically one big, bubbling, toxic soup of ooze containing countless chemicals.  The atmosphere was stormy clouds with lightning surging through it.  Then one day lighting struck the ooze at the right spot, with the right combination of chemicals, with the right amount of electrical stimulation to create earth's first primitive cells.  And, somehow beyond comprehension, those cells survived that extremely hostile toxic environment

According to evolutionists, these primitive cells managed to “replicate” by dividing themselves to create more cells.  And again, according to evolution, over the millennia those cells continue to adapt, mutate and evolve into progressively more complex cells and groups of cells like amoeba's.   Over thousands and thousands of years, those amoeba like creatures supposedly also, slowly mutated and evolved into crustaceans and fish like creatures.  As the years flowed by, those fishlike creatures mutated and evolved to move out onto land and breathe air.  And as even more millennia passed, these creatures mutated countless times to evolve into reptiles which also mutated again to evolve into animals and monkey like creatures that mutated and evolved into early man. 

On the surface, evolution almost SOUNDS plausible, If you don’t dig too deep or ask too many questions!

For example, my favorite question to evolutionists is, "Where did male and female come from?"  And, of course their answer is always mutation!  But, why would 99.9 percent of all insects, fish, reptiles, birds, plants and animals mutate and evolve towards a male and female reproductive system?  After all, in theory, the first early cells reproduced through cellular division to create two cells in the place of one.  Did some cells begin to look at other cells and say, "hey baby you're looking fine! How do we get together?" Sooooo, why, how, where when did these cells begin to evolve and mutate into the complex male and female parts and all the sequences involved in sexual reproduction?

And here is where the theory of evolution hit's the scientific wall of facts. 


And, going back even further here are two more relevant questions evolutionist do not want you to ask:

  • Why did the first primitive cells want to reproduce itself in the first place?
  • And, here is the billion dollar question, "How did this primitive cell even know how to divide in order to replicate in the first place?

Evolution's answer to question number one is to ensure the survival of that cell's kind!  Which implies some primitive form of thinking going on in that cell?  Hmmmm, where or what was that primitive organ that provided the flicker of primal desire, thought or emotion to survive and replicate?  Was it saying to itself, "I want to live!"  And where and how did that desire develop?  Which leads us to the second critical question, how did the cell know how to divide itself through cellular division?  Because plain and simple, even at the simplest level, cellular division is far from the uncomplicated process evolutionist would like us to believe.    And, the answer to how the cells knew how to divide and replicate is, "drum roll please, "DNA."

And, here is the absolute wall to the theory of evolution

Evolutionist cannot explain DNA!

What is DNA?  The simplified scientific explanation is that DNA stands for DeoxyriboNucleic Acid which contains all the genetic information in all life forms.

  Before we go any further, let me explain; I am not a scientist and the following is a highly simplified and condensed explanation of DNA and how it works.

DNA is, in essence, an electro/chemical/protein program/ blueprint that provides the billions of pieces of information necessary for cells to live, function, survive and replicate.   In short, DNA operates similar to a computer software program inside the nucleus of every cell of every living organism, animal, plant, germ, bacteria, etc. on the planet.  

 

To give you an idea how all this works, let's look at basic concept of how a computer program works.  Computer programs are designed from a series of ones and zeros (called binary code). The sequencing and ordering of these ones and zeros is what makes the computer program work, perform and execute functions.  For example if I type the letter A on my screen.  What the computer sees is something like 0100 0001 and responds by displaying an A on the screen.

 
   

In the same way, DNA is made up of four nitrogenous bases, Adenine, Thymine, Guanine, Cytosine abbreviated as letters A, T, G, and C.  These four bases act like the ones and zeros of a computer software program.  These letters are arranged in a DNA strand like this: GTGTGACTCGCTCCTGAT.  Each DNA strand can be over three billion pieces long.  

It's DNA that provides the infinitely detailed information on how to build every living organism on the planet!  It is the sequence and order in which these chemicals are arranged that designates how each cell will function or replicate.  And, just like you can program a computer to execute specific commands for specific reasons, at specific times.  Such as programming your house via computer to turn on the coffee pot and the lights in your house at 6am when you wake up.  DNA is programmed to tell the cells in your body to execute specific commands, at specific times to perform a myriad of functions in your body.  For example, your body sheds millions of skin cells every day.  The DNA in your skin cells are programmed to automatically replenish those dying or dead cells with new skin cells without you even knowing it.

It is hard to fathom, but the amount of information in human DNA is roughly equivalent to all the information and pictures in 12 sets of The Encyclopedia Britannica, composed of 384volumes worth of detailed information, and would fill 48 feet of library shelves! Yet in actual size, DNA is only two millionths of a millimeter thick.  It has been said that the latest super computers reading one DNA strand's code at a rate of three letters per second, 24 hours a day would take approximately two to three days or more to  read through it one time."  That’s an unbelievable lot of information.   Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, once commented that “DNA is like a software program, only much more complex than anything we've ever devised.” 

* Plus, did you know that 99.9% of your DNA is similar to every humans DNA?  And, that the part which uniquely defines what is you, is only tiny little fractional differences in how those three billion letters are sequenced.

So, in essence, we see that human DNA is a three-billion-lettered program designed with a exceedingly  detailed, fully automated, instruction manual with built in timers designed to execute exactly how cells grow, develop, act and replicate to create living organisms.  What's interesting is that some plants, such as wheat, have a much more and extensive complex DNA information that can be upwards of nine to 12 million bits of information.

How did this all programming wind up in every living thing on earth?  By accident?  Not likely!  The odds of DNA happening by accident would be an inconceivable number, something on the order 10 to the trillionth, trillionth power (inother words impossible).   Science cannot explain how, when or where this incredible information came into existence.  I can!  It says in the Bible, "In the Beginning God created the heavens and the earth." Plain and simple. You cannot find such precise programming like this without someone intentionally designing it.  The idea that such a complex code could evolve accidently is impossible!

To show the complexity involved in DNA, we will use the example of development of a human baby. 

It all starts with the complex dance of an egg in the mother joining a sperm cell from the father, itself a intricate series of designed events.   The egg is bombarded by millions of sperm from the father.  Finally the winning sperm cell wins the race against its millions of potential brothers and sisters by entering the egg.  

  • Ding, DNA in the egg tells the egg to lock its exterior shell blocking all other sperm cells from entering. 
  • Ding, the DNA in the egg introduces itself to the DNA from the sperm and they spend the next few hours merging to create a new DNA blueprint for building a brand new unique human being. 

"That blueprint says, "Hey, I am going to be a male, six feet four inches tall, brown hair, brown eyes, Caucasian, , intelligent, creative, right handed, size 11 feet, and athletic.  Hmmm, I'm tired, I think it is time for a rest."

Here is an interesting thought I bet you have never thought of. That one single egg cell will eventually grow and develop all 200 different types of cells that make up a human baby, each with its own unique design, function and composition.  That that one cell contains all the intricate instructions on how, when and where to create all these cells to "build a human baby."

 

  •  Ding, the DNA timer inside the cell goes off saying, “it’s time to get thing started. Turn to section 1 of your DNA programming on cellular division. Here are the steps to complete your assignment.

Remember evolutionists teach that the first cells divided to replicate?  Well, they hope you don't think or ask questions at this point because, well to tell the truth,cellular division is a complex, precise procedure involving the splitting and copying of DNA and all other cellular material to generate a whole new identical cell separate from the original.  And it is the DNA inside the cell that tells the cells how to copy and create new genetic material, then divide it into two separate living cells.

Ding: After ­­­­few hours, maybe a day, both cells genetic timers go off again and the two cells divide again creating four identical cells, then eight, sixteen, thirty six cells until there are several hundred identical cells in a tiny little ball no larger than the head of a pin.

  • Ding: The DNA timer goes off again and a sort of cellular communication begins to take place.  How do the cells communicate?  They have no eyes or ears to see or hear.  So it must be a chemical or electrical message, maybe even both. The DNA in the cells sends out the instruction on how to create new cells to form a protective membrane around all the cells in that tight little ball for the journey to come. 
  • Ding: That ball of cells begins to travel down the mother’s fallopian tube to her uterus. Meanwhile, the mother’s uterus has begun to prepare for a potential egg. 
  • Ding: A new DNA message is sent out to all the cells and the cells providing instructions on how to  begin to separate into two parts, forming a type of hollow ball with a fluid substance in the middle called the blastula.  One part will become the future fetus, and the second part will begin to develop into the placenta, embryonic sack and umbilical cord.
  • Ding: When the blastula arrives at the uterus, DNA sends out a message to shed its protective coating in a process called hatching.
  • Ding:  another message is sent out telling the cells to burrow into the mothers uterine wall. 
  • Ding: As the little ball burrows into the mothers uterine wall it sends out a chemical message to the mother, “the eagle has landed, the eagle has landed, mother, please begin attachment.”

What follows next is nothing short of amazing.  Cells in the mother's uterus begin to merge and connect with the cells of the blastocyst. So, how does this grouping of cells know when, where and how to connect?  DNA.  And, all during this time, the mother probablydoesn't even know she's pregnant!

 Here's  where it starts getting really interesting.

  • Ding:  DNA sends out a new message, "It's time to build the bridge (umbilical cord) that will to connect with mother." 
 
   


Here is where new engineering is required.  Up to this point the cells in blastocyst are just making exact copies of themselves.  Now the DNA sends out a message complete with detailed instructions on how to begin manufacturing totally new, and uniquely shaped cells, which will perform entirely new functions the umbilical cord.  The umbilical cord is a complex, flexible, cordlike structure containing blood vessels that attaches to the mother.  It is the crucial bridge connecting the new baby that  will food and the building materials from the mother that will allow the baby to grow and develop. And this new building program will take place simultaneously!

  • For example, as the umbilical cord is being built, blood vessels inside the umbilical cord will also begin to form at the same time and continue to grow in size and complexity along with the baby while the umbilical cord is growing and developing.   Again, remember the cells don't have eyes so they can't see, they don't have ears so they can't hear. Yet, they must arrange themselves in a pattern to form the hollow tube that will become  a blood vein.

 

  • How do the cells know how to arrange themselves?
  • How do they know when they have formed in the right configuration (hollow tube)?
  • How do they know when the wall of the blood vessel is the correct thickness?
  • How do they know when the blood vessel is the right size and length?
  • How do they know where, and how to connect to the mother?
  • How do they know when to allow the blood to flow from the mother to the developing baby?
  • Again, cellular communication.  Somehow the cells communicate with each other, allowing them to form the new cells needed and to connect themselves together in the exact shape, form and function for each part of the organ.

The formation of the placenta and umbilical cord is nothing less than an engineering, miracle.   These two unique cellular structure's  will funnel vital nutrients, chemicals, minerals, proteins, blood and oxygen from the mother to the baby, and remove the growing baby’s wastes. 

It's made up of three blood vessels:  two smaller arteries which carry blood to the placenta and a larger vein funnels blood to the developing fetus. It can grow to be twenty inches long, allowing the baby enough cord to safely move around without causing damage to the cord or the placenta.

Now that the emerging fetus is connected to the mother, the development process kicks into overdrive:

  • Ding,: The DNA computer program issues new orders, "It’s time to create baby."  Now that we're connected to mom this is the list of minerals, proteins and chemicals we need to build new cells, and here are the instructions.   These new instructions are sent out on how, when and where to begin building new and completely different cells designed to perform completely different functions.  Just think of the complexity involved here.  All these cells are created simultaneously and must function together!  For example, the basic formation of the bones of the backbone and spinal cord begin to form at the same time.
    • How do the cells know how to create the gristle like structures that will eventually harden into the bones of the spinal column?
      • How do the cells know how to make bone cells?
      • How does it know the size and shape of each individual vertebrae complete with the holes in it for the spinal cord?
      • How do the cells know when the future vertebrae is the right size and shape?  Then,  when to start building another new type of cells for the flexible tissue that will connect the spinal column together?  
      • And the spinal cord must grow and send out nerves throughout the body

Are ya getting the idea yet?  Every baby starts out with one cell containing the DNA of the mother and father.  Out of that one cell eventually must develop completely unique and different cells from the original parent cell such as:

  • Brain cells
  • Muscle cells
  • Bone cell
  • Eye cells -
  • Nerve cells
  • Skin cells
  • Heart cells
  • Lung cells

200 different types of cells that must work together to allow the human body to live.

The connection and interaction of the muscles of the body, connected to the skeleton, are a whole other area to talk about.  The design is phenomenal. The human body is an awesome physical, dynamic sculpture that moves and breaths in fluid motion.  Every organ, muscle and bone works in a dynamic self sustaining concert. And, finally, here's one more thing evolutionist cannot explain; how human eye cells developed to allow us see in Technicolor!

Does all this happen by accident?  Absolutely not!  The human body is a prime example of creative, intelligent design.  To believe that this all "evolved" by accident is beyond comprehension or credibility.  I believe it takes a million times more faith to believe in evolution then creation.

In closing here are some interesting facts found in the website http://www.dandydesigns.org concerning the cells in the human body.

  • You possess 3,000,000,000,000 (three trillion) nerve cells all coordinated by the brain.
  • You have 30,000,000,000 (thirty billion) working sections in your brain.
  • You have 131,000,000 photoreceptors in your eyes.
  • You have 24,000 hair-like cells in your inner ear which react to sound and convert it to nerve impulses.
  • Your small intestine has a surface area of 970,000 square feet.
  • Your heart beats 100,000 times and pumps 2,000 gallons of blood every day.
  • Your liver manufactures more than 1,000 different enzymes, each controlling a different chemical reaction.
  • You have 60,000 miles of blood vessels in your body.
  • You breathe 438 cubic feet of air each day.
  • There are 35,000,000 gland cells in your stomach to allow it to break down food without digesting itself.
  • Your kidneys have 40 miles of tubing and clean 500 gallons of your blood every day.
  • Every cell has 1,000,000,000,000 (one million million) bits of data in it. (That is as much information as 10,000 encyclopedia-sized books.)
  • Your body has 639 muscles that must work together.
  • Our joints must move 25,000,000 times in our lifetime without wearing out.
  • ·         There are 30,000,000,000,000 (thirty million million) cells in our body with 10,000 functions.

DNA is evidence of creative intelligent design.  Personally I do not believe in evolution whose theme is "from ooze, through the zoo, to you!" 

I agree with the Psalmist:

14 I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
    your works are wonderful,
    I know that full well.

Psalm 139:14 New International Version (NIV)

 

 

 

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