It’s amazing how little junk there turns out to be in our systems, given that Darwinians boast that masses of junk supports their theory:
Unlike what we commonly refer to as ‘genes’, these phantom genes or ‘Long noncoding RNA’ (LncRNAs) do not lead to the production of proteins that our cells, and thus our entire bodies are made of.
Previously, it was believed that LncRNAs served no major purpose in cells, but new research now shows that one of these LncRNAs termed ‘LincIRS2’ is important for safeguarding our metabolism as LincIRS2 loss favors development of metabolic complications in mice.University of Southern Denmark, “Phantom genes keep diabetes at bay” at Eurekalert
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But, of course, lack of masses of junk will likewise supports the Darwinians’ theory: Lack of junk proves how easy it is for complex, specified order to arise from disorder and something to arise from nothing.
See also: Nature Reviews Genetics Article Admits That Junk DNA Has Been “Prematurely Dismissed”