"Scientific Creationism"- It is an argument going for the theory of scientific creationism.

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Scientific Creationism

The idea of the earth's organisms evolving over a long period is unsound because of the frequency of foreign objects from space would strike the planet. Evolution is impossible never in scientific has scientists has ever found an organism having an altered genetic code. The genetic code of the organisms on this planet is exactly the same today as when they were created. Evolution only takes place within the established parameters of these genetic codes. Scientists have not found any organisms that have evolved new genetic codes; the DNA remains the same.

There is the following problem. Nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) and protein can be synthesized in the cell; however, this is an extremely complex process. Furthermore, within a cell, there is such a relationship that, while protein can be formed under the direction of nucleic acids, it so happens that nucleic acids cannot be formed unless protein (enzymes) exists.

Yet, in the primitive ocean, protein had to be formed without nucleic acids, and nucleic acids had to be formed without protein. Evolutionists assert that these things occurred by accident, but actually, it is very impossible for that to happen.

A big mutation is known to be harmful and often fatal to living beings. Therefore, it is considered that small mutations occurred repeatedly, and that living beings gradually evolved by natural selection. Thus, successive fossils of living beings should be discovered that would show the footsteps of evolution from one species to another. However, in reality hardly any fossils of intermediates have been found. The lack of fossils to serve as evidence for the existence of such intermediate living beings is expressed by the expression "missing link."

In the theory of evolution, it is believed that in the process whereby invertebrates evolved into...