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Junk DNA Meets Evolvability

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Tandem repeats are short stretches of DNA that are repeated head-to-tail. “At first sight,” explains evolutionist Marcelo Vinces, “it may seem unlikely that this stutter-DNA has any biological function.” This is an example of how evolutionary thinking harms science. Since life is an accident, biology must be straightforward. If we do not immediately perceive how something works, then evolutionists typically think it is non functional junk. Over and over this evolutionary expectation has turned out wrong. And now again with tandem repeats.  Read more

2 Replies to “Junk DNA Meets Evolvability

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    scordova says:

    This is an example of how evolutionary thinking harms science.

    Agreed. It would be a useful exercise to tally the damage done by the presumption of mindless organization promoted by Darwinists.

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    Mung says:

    This is an example of how evolutionary thinking harms science.

    Disagree. Evolutionary thinking helps science by repeatedly reminding us of how easy it is to pass off speculative storytelling as real science.

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