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MULTI-TASKING GENES


According to Creation Magazine, "When geneticists found that there were only 20,000 to 30,000 genes in the human genome, [gee’ nome] on par with a 'simple worm,' they were surprised...But...new research shows that our genes can multi-task. By a process dubbed 'alternative splicing,' a given gene can produce multiple RNA transcripts...These in turn can produce very different protein machines with dramatically different functions -- yet derived from the same gene."


When we look in either direction, through the telescope or the microscope, we are impressed with the genius of God’s design and the self-replicating nature of it all.

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