The Importance Of Molecular Evolution

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An important observation from the PCR process is the idea of going back to nature to seek answers to the challenges that we are faced with. The One who created the planets took into consideration the fact that bacteria such as Thermos Aquaticus would need a special chemical composition to be able to live in that environment that it stays in. It appears that there is a strong evidence that indeed creation, as told by the Bible, is not some kind of myth. Therefore, whenever we are faced with such problems of the likes never seen before, we should resort to nature for solution. Undoubtedly, it has proved to be reliable in such scenarios. Now that we have understood what PCR is, let us see how it is used in the study of molecular evolution. A very interesting achievement in biochemistry today, is the ability to experimentally study the molecular evolution. In the case of nucleic acids, a diverse population can be synthesized in the laboratory by the process of combinatorial chemistry. (Book). This population can then be subjected to a selection process that …show more content…
Nonetheless, considering what we have already seen in earlier paragraphs, it is a fact that there has been at least changes in the chemical composition of some living things. Therefore, the creator is the One who guides all this. What make things even more complicated, is that the opposition to this viewpoint comes from both sides. One side believes that there is no such a thing as a supreme being; consequently, a divine intervention in this matter is out of question. On the other hand, conservative creationists reject any theory or scientific fact that suggest that there might have been chemical changes in some living things over the course of years. As a result, the theistic evolution is not a very popular perspective, even though there are facts that suggest that it might be

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