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>Social amoebae
>separate from the fungi, and from plants, and animals
>the multicellular slug that forms from aggregated individual cells can be motile

>Overall, we demonstrated directly the disappearance of cAMP signal oscillations and propagations between cells at the multicellular phase of Dictyostelium. Our work calls for reconsideration of the role cAMP relay has on collective cell migration in Dictyostelium and proposes a possibility that alternative mechanisms to cAMP relay contribute to the organization of collective cell migration at the multicellular phase.

So slime molds are very strange creatures. They use simple cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) to move around and aggregate into a large multicellular organism. But, scientifically speaking, they have so many different shapes and appearances that have no basis in genetics. There is no real answer as to why some of them look like flowers and some like a single erect sperm cell. Most of their genomes are know but there is no genetic explanation as to why they look different.

You could say that the same problem is obvious for human embryonic cell differentiation. When a human fetus develops inside the womb, all of the cells are identical after fertilization but later on transform into blood cells, nerve cells and muscle cells. The explanation for this mechanism is "gene expression" (some genes are switched on while other genes are switched off) but there is no inherent genetic coding in the actual cells that can be traced or shown empirically that affect this behaviour.

In fact there is no trace in physics or chemistry of the control of chemical reactions by a sequence of any sort or of a code between sequences.

So my question is: when did you realize that Darwinists were full of shit?


Do you deny CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing?


Soyence-coomer tech scam.


Trust me, bro. I have no evidence but wait a billion years and something will probably happen.


You are a slightly evolved version of your parents. It's really not any more complex than that.


How old do you think is Earth?


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>The potassium-argon method is attractive for dating volcanics since it can be applied to rocks of Pleistocene age and older, thus encompassing important periods of general volcanic activity. However it has been found that dates obtained on whole rocks and on included minerals frequently show gross discordances.

Funkhouser and Naughton at the Hawaiian Institute of Geophysics used the potassium-argon method to date volcanic rocks from Mount Klauea and got ages of up to 3 000 000 000 years when the rocks are known to have been formed in a modern eruption in 1801.

>Where is the Earth's Radiogenic Helium?

If the earth is billions of years old, the radioactive production of helium in the earth's crust should have added a large quantity of helium to its atmosphere. Current diffusion models all indicate that helium escapes to space from the atmosphere at a rate much less than its production rate. The low concentration of helium actually measured would suggest that the earth's atmosphere must be quite young.


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>The long-term evolution experiment (LTEE) has become a cornerstone in evolutionary biology that researchers continue to mine for insights. During their 75,000 generations of growth, the bacteria have made huge gains in their fitness — how fast they grow relative to other bacteria — and evolved some surprising traits.

>The LTEE isolation of Cit+ mutants has become a textbook example of the power of long-term evolution to generate new species. But, based on our results, E. coli arrives at the same solution to access citrate in days versus years, as originally shown by Hall. In either case, genes involved in the process maintain their same function but show expanded expression by deregulation. Because of this, we argue that this is not speciation any more than is the case with any other regulatory mutant of E. coli.


take it from the evolutionist seriously and lay me down a sick line of osage beats.

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