Intelligent Design

Independent Intron Insertion: More Evidence for Common Mechanism

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It is perhaps the most celebrated evolutionary evidence from the genomics era. Like a grammar school teacher who knows cheating occurred when he sees identical typos in essays from different students, evolutionists know common descent occurred when they see identical junk DNA (yes we know the junk DNA often seems to be found to be functional, but that’s a different story) in the genomes of different species. In what philosopher Elliott Sober has called Modus Darwin, evolutionists reason that only evolution can account for these so-called shared errors. But is the premise true? Can only evolution account for such observations? (yes we know the evolutionary reasoning is, as usual, not scientific, but that’s a different story).  Read more

One Reply to “Independent Intron Insertion: More Evidence for Common Mechanism

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    bornagain77 says:

    Classic:

    (yes we know the junk DNA often seems to be found to be functional, but that’s a different story)

    (yes we know the evolutionary reasoning is, as usual, not scientific, but that’s a different story)

    🙂

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