Evolutionists dumbfounded that DNA proves animals & humans first appeared contemporaneously

Evolutionists from Rockefeller University and the University of Basel in Switzerland recently released their peer-reviewed finding that have left them completely shocked, blowing their evolutionist assumptions right out of the water. A thorough examination of the genetic code was done and it was discovered that all human DNA came from one couple–one man and one woman who mated–just like it says in Genesis.

The study also showed that “nine out of every 10 animal species” also came from a single mated couple. Additionally, the wide-ranging genetic examination revealed that animals and humans had to have first appeared in close proximity to each other, i.e. in the same time period. Just like the Bible says. Researcher David Thaler from the University of Basel admits, “This conclusion is very surprising. And I fought against it as hard as I could.”

Using mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA), biologist Nathaniel T. Jeanson of Answers in Genesis took the time to explain the research from this study and the conclusions that can be gathered. Basically, after studying the genetic code (mtDNA) for two decades, scientists have determined “the rate at which mtDNA mutates.” Studying the mtDNA has also rendered a reliable approximation of how mtDNA is sequenced. The bottom line is that the scientists in this study found that human mtDNA came from a single sequence and that each animal kind (family) had its own single sequence for its mtDNA. If evolution were accurate, there would not be a single sequence for humans and a different single sequence for each animal family since evolution would require multiple sequences based on evolution’s assumption all organisms share the same ancestor that evolved into a whole variety of life forms using a variety of sequences.

Read more details about this study at https://www.wnd.com/2018/11/animals-1st-appeared-alongside-1st-humans-expert-explains/#qdTFTh4SDOJA5X5r.99 

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