Thursday, March 21, 2013


The word racecar can be read forward and backward, much like our DNA. But our DNA is not merely words that read the same forward and backward, it is complete sentences: Was it a rat I saw. In fact, it is much more than sentences.

The combination I like chocolater that evening is an overlapping of two individual sentences: I like chocolate and Later that evening. Our DNA does not merely overlap sentences, it overlaps entire chapters.

We are told that we "evolved" via multitudes of mutations over a long period of time. Problem is, 99.99999...% of all mutations are lethal. If you allowed for a single mutation to occur every second, it would take you trillions of years to go from a single-celled organism and get anywhere close to what we see today. It is not possible. It is also not probable.

If you take the sentence Was it a rat I saw, which reads the same forward and backward, and change a single letter for the better, the reverse reading no longer reads the same: Was it a rad I saw. The same is true of our DNA. You make a single mutation for the better, and it is still for the worse because the backward reading is now changed, as is every instance of overlapped information that reads forward and backward. So one good mutation created a backlash of bad mutations.

Furthermore, new information cannot be added naturally. DNA splicing is man attempting to play God by adding new information; it does not happen on its own. If a child is born with four arms, it is a mutation of existing information. If a child is born with no arms, it is a loss of existing information. A child will never be born with wings, which would be the addition of new information.

We are complex beings. We did not evolve. We were created.

"I will give thanks to Thee, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Wonderful are Thy works, And my soul knows it very well." Ps 139:14