By Bob Unruh
WND — A new peer-reviewed scientific study challenges a common argument for the Darwinian theory of evolution by showing that so-called “redundant” units in the human genome actually have highly specialized functions.
Casey Luskin, an attorney with graduate degrees in both science and law, explained in a report published at Evolution News and Views that evolutionists have generally assumed that synonymous codons – a sequence of three consecutive nucleotides that is part of the genetic code – are functionally equivalent. A nucleotide is the basic building block of nucleic acids.
Luskin is research coordinator for the Center for Science and Culture at the Discovery Institute in Seattle, the leading proponent of the theory of intelligent design.
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