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Epigenetics and Evolution | Creation in the 21st Century with David Rives

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September 24, 2020




Creation in the 21st Century: David Rives interviews Dr. Georgia Purdom, Molecular Geneticist and staff scientist at @Answers in Genesis. The two discuss epigenetics and the challenge epigenetics presents to the evolutionary theory.

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Each week Creation in the 21st Century with David Rives features top scientists, stories, and discoveries that will enlighten, educate, and inspire as Rives takes viewers on an amazing journey through the grandeur of the universe. From deep space, to the amazing complexities of planet earth, to God’s plan of salvation through Jesus Christ, each episode of this innovative show will challenge viewers to take a closer look at Scripture in light of the wonders of God’s creation.

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  1. As a good loon, Purdom is of course able to take any strong evidence for a hypothesis to be evidence for a completely opposite one by applying the standard creationist data handling rules: distort, mangle, quote-mine, confuse and assert. She was an early critic of Richard Lenski’s famous experiment, entering the fray even before ultramoron Andy Schlafly launched his helplessly gomeric attacks

    Thar's from the Encyclopedia of American Loons. You're welcome.

  2. Evolution does not require any sort of intelligence, its a passive process. This means that a cell does not make stuff up wich it thinks it may need, it cannot look into the future and doesn't even have any sort of intelligence. It's more like there are a thousend variations of that same cell wich slightly differ in their DNA, and the DNA that is the most likely to survive and replicate will be the dominant one in the future.

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