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Could a Simple Cell Exist?

Evolutionists understand the problems with creating a human cell from scratch, so they claim that the "first living cell" was a simple cell and that numerous increasingly complex types of cells "evolved" between the "first living cell" and human cells.

First of all, there are no "simple cells." Even the simplest cell on this earth has DNA (except for some red blood cells, however, there is no way these red blood cells can divide!!) and inside each cell is also an incredible, miniature factory.

"Simple cells" cannot have been created by evolution because all cells must:

1) Have an enclosed cell membrane (a.k.a. plasma membrane) so fluid cannot leak out,

2) Yet this same cell membrane must be able to allow food to get in (in some cases "food" can be sunlight or chemicals),

3) And cells must be able to excrete waste products through the cell membrane (human cells have at least six different methods of doing this),

4) All cells must have DNA patterns (i.e. called "genes") to create enzymes. While even a single-cell organism must have genes on the DNA, it would not need "morphing of the embryo" algorithms,

5) All cells must have mechanisms to convert the DNA patterns (i.e. genes) into enzymes the cell can use, meaning the cell must be able to know where on the DNA the genes are located and be able to find the exact nucleotide where the gene begins and find the exact nucleotide where the gene ends (how can enzymes have the level of intelligence needed to know which enzymes are needed and then be able to find the specific nucleotide for the beginning of the gene and the specific nucleotide at the end of the gene??),

6) Convert the gene into an enzyme,

7) All cells must be able to reproduce, meaning divide into two cells so the species can continue to survive,

8) All cells must be able to create energy (e.g. ATP molecules)

Here is a quote from another website:

  • "We now know that there are in fact tens of thousands of irreducibly complex systems on the cellular level. Specified complexity pervades the microscopic biological world. Molecular biologist Michael Denton wrote, "Although the tiniest bacterial cells are incredibly small, weighing less than 10-12 grams, each is in effect a veritable micro-miniaturized factory containing thousands of exquisitely designed pieces of intricate molecular machinery, made up altogether of one hundred thousand million atoms, far more complicated than any machinery built by man and absolutely without parallel in the non-living world."

And this quote did not mention DNA, which is absolutely critical for the cell.

The interior of cells must be very, very active in order to be able to create ATP molecules fast enough. ATP molecules are the energy of the cell.

All of these things, and many others, would have to happen at the same time in the same warm pond (or somewhere else), and it must happen very quickly because all these things must happen inside the one-and-only "first living cell"!! What nonsense!!

Hundreds of scientists have PhD degrees in Cell Biology, so cells are not simple!! The large textbook Essential Cell Biology, Third Edition, has 8 authors and 730 pages plus many pages of other information!! The Glossary has 596 definitions!!! Cells are clearly not simple!!

Cell Divisions

Let me make a quick note about cell division. Each cell has a mechanism called the "Golgi Apparatus." It looks like layers of caves. During cell division both new cells need a Golgi Apparatus. But a Golgi Apparatus is incredibly complex!! How can the cells, during cell division, make a "copy" of a Golgi Apparatus? In other words, how to you take one Golgi Apparatus and convert it into two Golgi Apparatus, one for each cell?? No one knows. It is like making a photo copy of a real bicycle and ending up with two real bicycles that a person can ride on!!

Evolutionists claim that life on this earth started with a single cell and gradually over time more and more complex species "evolved" until human DNA existed. This means that multiple cells must eventually be able to work together to accomplish major tasks, such as "seeing" for advanced species.

As cells got more complex, and as multiple cells started making more complex species, the DNA would constantly need to get longer and more complex. There would have to be hundreds of "intermediate species" before human DNA could exist.

However, it would be massively more difficult to create human DNA by a sequence of intermediate species than to create it from scratch!! Creating each intermediate species makes evolution even more absurd because each intermediate species would have to have its own unique, sophisticated DNA!!!

For example, could you take a simple computer program (the binary code) that adds two numbers together and randomly add, delete and modify the "bits" of the binary code so that the program also does multiplication and division? Never!!

And then could you randomly modify the new program again so that it did square roots? Never!!

Likewise, you cannot randomly add, delete and change nucleotides on the DNA of a chimpanzee and end up with human DNA. The structure of the DNA of a chimpanzee is massively different than the structure of the DNA of a human (especially the morphing of the embryo algorithms which are incomprehensible computer programs). So how could humans be descended from chimpanzees or any other primate species??

Let us summarize six of the things that must happen for humans to have "evolved" from chimpanzees (or any other primate):

1) The DNA of a male chimpanzee sperm must be damaged and randomly mutate into the DNA of a human male (the mutations must include new morphing of the embryo algorithms for a human male). Thus one computer program (male chimpanzee DNA) must randomly mutate into a massively more sophisticated computer program (e.g. DNA for a massively more intelligent human brain),

2) The DNA of a female chimpanzee egg must be damaged and randomly mutate into the DNA of a human female (the mutations must include new "morphing of the embryo" algorithms for a human female). This one computer program (female chimpanzee DNA) must randomly mutate into a massively more sophisticated computer program (e.g. DNA for a massively more intelligent human brain),

3) This specific male and female chimpanzee must live in the same time period, and the same general location, and they must find each other and mate,

4) The correct male sperm (the male sperm that mutated) of the male chimpanzee must be a sperm that "finds" an egg of the female chimpanzee,

5) The correct female sperm (the female sperm that mutated) of the male chimpanzee must be a sperm that "finds" a different egg of the female chimpanzee,

6) The first human male and first human female must be reared by the same mother or two different mother chimpanzees. The funny looking babies (humans are funny looking to a chimpanzee mother) cannot be rejected by the mother(s),

7) The first human male and first human female must grow up and then mate and have multiple offspring to start the new species of humans.

It may sound easy on paper, but primate DNA is anything but simple. No computer program on this earth is as sophisticated as chimpanzee DNA or the DNA of many other species.

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