The facts I listed are based on something called EVIDENCE. Can you say that word? Why don’t you give it a try. Evidence, evidence, evidence. Please practice saying and understanding that important word.
ERVs also known as Endogenous RetroViruses…
How does a creationist explain those ERVs found in the exact same place in two different species?…
The Disco retards say ERVs are functional, and therefore they are not evidence for evolution. It does not matter if ERVs are functional or not.
What matters is a ERV, which is inserted into the DNA of an individual animal long after that species first appears, and is inherited and can eventually spread throughout an entire species, and it becomes a DNA marker that identifies that species. What is interesting is many of the ERVs found in human DNA also appear in the exact same location in chimps. How is that possible? Well, since molecular biologists know ERVs are inherited, the only possible explanation is those ERVs were inherited from the same ancestor, the common ancestor of the two ape species, chimpanzee apes and human apes.
However, what seems to be conveniently ignored by Bob, as well as many evolutionists who hold up ERVs and other similar pieces of junk DNA as proof of common descent is the very thing Bob mocks the Discovery Institute articles of noting: That being, the more and more molecular biologists dig into the genome and our DNA, the more they are discovering these ERVs have a function. That means they aren’t junk DNA left over from our past. Additionally, that would mean they aren’t inherited, because functionality would invalidate the random insertion claim made by evolutionists. How could something be said to be “inherited” if it needed to play functional part of a complex biological system in order for it to even survive?
As a small minded, god fairy believing creationist, I would expect animals who share similar biological structures to have similar DNA patterns, if you will. Rather than demonstrating a common ancestor, I believe it demonstrates a common creator who has built into His creation the ability to survive and adapt in a large, diverse, and shared biosphere. And don’t get me started on asking Bob where the genetic information for a ERV to function in a germ cell originated. Another sniggling “science of the gaps” detail Bob refuses to explain.
Bob, of course, rejects my interpretation out of hand, because he hates his Creator to begin with. Yet the more his glorious priest class of scientists unlock the mysteries of life, the more their secular fundamentalism runs afoul of reality, and the more those “Discotards,” as Bob calls them, are vindicated.
Maybe Bob can see if he can invoke the first amendment to enforce the separation of church and technology?
*A little more about ERVs HERE