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He then addressed Darwinism’s inability to account for the all-or-nothing structure of cellular systems, including the human body. As a medical doctor, Kuhn not only knows the general arrangement of the human body’s visible parts, he also understands the interrelated biochemical systems that sustain and regulate all of those parts. He recognized that the human body contains an all-or-nothing system in which its core parts and biochemicals must exist all at once for the body to function.In a recent paper titled “Dissecting Darwinism,” Baylor University Medical Center surgeon Joseph Kuhn described serious problems with Darwinian evolution. He first described how life could not possibly have come from chemicals alone, since the information residing in DNA required an input from outside of nature.

Biochemist Michael Behe named these all-or-nothing systems “irreducibly complex.” Removing a single core part from one of these systems keeps the entire system from working, and this implies that the system was initially built with all of its parts intact.

This is exactly what researchers expect to see if God purposely created living systems, rather than if natural processes accidentally built living systems bit-by-bit-as Darwinian philosophy maintains.

Kuhn cited the work of another medical doctor, Geoffrey Simmons, who described 17 “all or nothing” human body systems. These combine with many others to form the entire human body-a system of systems-that is irreducible at many levels, from gross anatomy to biochemistry. For example, just as a woman would die without her heart, she would also die without the vital blood biochemical hemoglobin.

But even an intact heart and hemoglobin need regulation. A heart that beats too fast or too slow can be just as lethal as having no heart, and a body that produces too much or too little hemoglobin can be equally unhealthy. Thus, the systems that regulate heartbeats and hemoglobin must also have been present from the beginning.

Kuhn wrote that “virtually every aspect of human physiology has regulatory elements, feedback loops, and developmental components that require thousands of interacting genes leading to specified protein expression.” Thus, “the human body represents an irreducibly complex system on a cellular and an organ/system basis.”

Evolution has no proven explanations for the origin of just one irreducibly complex system, let alone the interdependent web of irreducible systems that comprise the human body.

Could the human body have evolved? According to Kuhn, to change another creature into a human “would require far more than could be expected from random mutation and natural selection.” However, a wonderfully constructed human body is exactly what an all-wise Creator would make, and He promised that those who trust in Him will one day inherit new bodies “that fadeth not away.”

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  • Ray Comfort’s Banana

    Oh my god you must be true because I’m irreducible of my heart!

    Just because there are no answers to some questions like “how this could have happened?” does not automatically mean everything has been constructed by an unexplainable divine operator (like the overwhelmingly moronic god from bible / allah from quran / jahve from torah / you name it from you name it).

    What a load of bullshit “news”. Just like Ray Comfort’s “Banana is proof of gods existence”.

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  • bg

    Death in Service.

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  • I’m suspicious when I see Kuhn use the words “the human body” so many times. For “the human body” as a physiological entity, is no more complex than the body of a mouse or a pig. So it is as if he starts out on some religiously inspired crusade to “disprove” Darwinian evolution. Or did Kuhn really mean that the beginning of simpler life forms also needs these “all-or-nothing systems”? It doesn’t come out very clear.

    I agree that the ideas of Darwin probably don’t explain every aspect of evolution, and I can also suspect or sense “non material” or “spiritual” factors. In my view some form of “Devine Creation” could very well play a big part, but not necessarily without some kind of physical Darwinian evolution as the way to express this phenomenon in another dimension.

    In my view the one does not exclude the other.

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  • anthony

    Really???? Then why are kids born without wisdom teeth now….evolution.

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    • Bec

      Anthony, everyone is born without wisdom teeth… we always have. They come in on average between 17-25 yrs old.

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  • cm

    suppose we consider the concepts of darwinism and the unfolding body of knowledge in the light of scientific truth as individuals accepting that they need to evovle away from tired and clouded internal dialogues that wont consider perhaps that their lives have the ability to reach unification with invitng divinity.

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  • jason

    Those that are trapped in the religion of evolution will never listen to reason, they must blindly follow there prophet darwin. :-D

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  • Kris

    “…a wonderfully constructed human body is exactly what an all-wise Creator would make…”

    What little-minded tripe. A wonderfully constructed body? How many babies do not live? Or how many people have terrible backs and knees? How about failing eyesight and hearing? We’re “constructed” with all the same potential genetic flaws of other mammals.

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  • chantale

    about the wisdom teeth thing. my mom is fifty four years old and she never go her wisdom teeth yet and she may never get them. and even if we we’re taught that the wisdom teeth would come in at what 17 to 20 years old, doesn’t mean it happens for everyone in the whole world so this could be a sign of evolution. plus some kids eye teeth (vampire teeth) don’t come in on there own. like me for example. the dentist had to expose them and pull them down with braces so that they would be present. this probably occurred because we do not eat raw meat like our ancestors did.

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