Human DNA vs. Ape DNA

Apes and humans do have certain resembling features, that’s obvious. Incidentally, which way are we going? Adam to Ape or Ape to Adam? To listen to the evolutionists THEY aren’t even sure!

Translated (apes & humans)into the DNA\RNA language, it means that certain portion of their DNA sequence is similar, or even the same.

YET the BALANCE is different. A mammal has about 3 BILLION nucleotides, a mere 20% difference would result in 600,000,000 different bases—quite enough to guarantee a ZERO probability factor!! Even if there is only 1% difference between the DNA nucleotides of an ape and a human being, it would still translate into 30,000,000 bases — which will mean ZERO probability of random occurance.

Statisticians agree that any nucleotides over 84, Allen, EIGHTY FOUR is AUTOMATICALLY BEYOND THE RANGE OF RANDOM OCCURANCE!!

Now let’s go back to the 30,000,000 (THIRTY MILLION) balance of nucleotide differences!!!!! That’s why there is and always will be quite a difference between Adam and Ape.

The above statements refer ONLY to the DNA itself. The same probability considerations have to be applied to the interactions of the tRNA, mRNA, the ribosomes, mitochondria, etc.

“For the invisible things of Him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that ARE made, (DNA) even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse.”

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