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Molecular Biology: The Evolution Of Organisms

'If you could be demonstrated that any one of the existing systems of organisms, could not be formed by numerous, successive, slight modifications, my theory would completely fell apart. " Charles Darwin. Up to 1859goda, most people believed that life is too complicated for what it could occur without the help of the creator. But when Charles Darwin published his 'Origin of Species', materialists see theory of human origins, it is obvious atheistic worldview supportive, where God has been deleted. Although Darwin was not a materialist, his theory has become an integral part in the teaching of the materialists, that God is out of place in life.

But since then, it took about 150 years. In 1859, there was no idea of how a living cell at its molecular level. Darwin argued that biological systems, including cell evolve gradually as a result of natural selection during the great periods of time. But since then, science has advanced considerably, and the organisms and biological systems, of which Darwin suggested that they are simple, proved to be incredibly complex and interdependent. An unchanging set of organisms. Incidentally, the recent discoveries in molecular biology have shown that some organisms and biological systems are only when their individual parts are fully developed, so that they could not evolve gradually. Biochemist Michael Behe likened their interdependence with a mousetrap that can not catch a mouse, in the event that all components of its design is not working properly and harmoniously. Behe identified these bodies as not developing the elements of the system.