Time Travel and Alternate History as Evolutionary Theory

“A University of Chicago graduate student and his advisor started with a “resurrected version of an ancient protein that evolved a new function some 500 million years ago.”1 They said that evolution “apparently wander[ed] around the space of possible mutations until it arrived at the version of the protein in our bodies today.”1 This is neither a scientific statement nor a scientific procedure since no one observed the ancient protein let alone saw it evolve a new function. Furthermore, Darwinists must assume the chance evolution of DNA and therefore genes in all their complexity.2 Meanwhile, amino acids are worthless without becoming attached in a specific sequence (via the genetic code) that would produce the alleged ancestral hormone receptor addressed by the article. Such a series of weighty suppositions removes this from being a true scientific investigation. It is rather an exceedingly flimsy, unconvincing story of a major evolutionary extrapolation via ‘“molecular time travel” using ancestral protein reconstruction.1”

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