Kehr's Paradox #1 and Kehr's Paradox #2
The atheists and evolutionists claim that the DNA of an existing species can be modified into the DNA of a new and improved species. In fact, this is the very core of the theory of evolution after the discovery of DNA. Let us ignore the fact that DNA cannot be changed (which is discussed in another article) and ponder the claim of the atheists/evolutionists by assuming that the changes to DNA are made one nucleotide at a time and that we are trying to create new DNA for a new, specific species.
Kehr's Paradox #1: If an existing DNA strand is modified enough times, in random locations and with random nucleotides chosen each time, eventually 25% of the nucleotides will be an 'A' and 25% of the nucleotides will be a 'C' and 25% of the nucleotides will be a 'G' and 25% of the nucleotides will be a 'T' and no animal will be created.
The claim that no animal will be created can be observed by looking at this bar chart (study all of the bar charts - the last bar chart shows the end result of this paradox and is a proof of these paradoxes):
Kehr's Paradox #2: If an existing DNA strand is modified enough times, in random locations and with random nucleotides chosen each time, eventually 25% of the nucleotides will be correct nucleotides (to create a specific target DNA strand, such as for a male mouse) and 75% of all nucleotides will be the wrong nucleotide and no animal will be created.
Computer simulations would be the best way to check-out these two paradoxes.
The purpose of these two paradoxes is that atheists seem to imagine that IF THERE ARE ENOUGH mutations to a DNA strand eventually you will end up with a new and improved species. The truth is that no matter how many mutations you have there is a limit to how many correct nucleotides evolution/accidents can create to create a new target species!! The limit is 25% correct nucleotides if you are trying to create a specific species.
As is mentioned elsewhere, the number of viable DNA strands, for any size DNA, are so very rare (as a percent of all possible permutations), the above algorithms simply add to the problems of the theory of evolution.
As if the above items were not bad enough for the theory of evolution, remember that it is mentioned in other articles that neither accidents (i.e. evolution) nor humans can physically change a DNA strand to create a new species from an old species.
Both of the Kehr's Paradox issues would apply every time there is an attempt by evolution to create a new, specific species (i.e. with new DNA) from scratch or from the DNA of an old species.
But the fact is that it is highly likely no species on this earth has an equal number of A, C, G and T nucleotides, but this is just an educated guess based on what we know about human DNA. Remember, most of DNA for animals is a computer algorithm to control cell divisions.
As usual the atheists and evolutionists live in an unscientific fantasyland.
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