The minimum complexity essential for Life

The minimum complexity essential for Life

The minimum complexity essential for Life
Even bacteria, the so-called most basic organism according to evolutionists, is an extremely complex organism. This simply means that, as evolutionists suggest, non-living beings can not organize among themselves and generate life. In an effort to gain a better insight about the minimum complexity of life, biochemists analyzed the genome sequences that have been discovered so far. They concluded that the bacteria called Pelagibacter ubique is the organism that has the least complexity. This bacteria posessess 1,354 gene products; that is components such as proteins, ribosomals and transfer RNAs. Evolutionary theory can not explain away how even a single protein came into existence. While this is the case, evolution theory must also give an explanation as to how 1,354 proteins came together to generate the first living organism. Surely it is obvious to anyone that this is beyond impossible. In the chemical sense, the first living being that came into existence on Earth was extremely complex. Researchers discovered that even in the most minimal forms of life, there are astonishing number of proteins that have organized themselves within the cell. While the theory of evolution can not even explain how a single protein came into existence, it can DEFINITELY not explain how hundreds of proteins existing in an allegedly “primitive” first single-celled living being came into existence.

2013-06-01 13:35:20 


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