Theodosius Dobzhansky famously wrote in 1973 that “Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution.”
The DNA translation machines in the cell show unexpected complexity, forcing molecular biologists to revise what they thought they knew about ribosomes.
Ask evolutionists for a clear, unambiguous example of a new gain in function by chance at the genetic level. They will be hard pressed to show one.
The degree of regulation and control required for this system is not only enormous, but contrary to evolutionary expectations.
There are 37 trillion cells in the human body, some 200 cell types, and 12,000+ specialized proteins. How does it all come together?