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Saturday, 23 April 2011

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Dawkin Richards, unavailable for comment

Scientists from Harvard and Boston have announced a potential breakthrough in the fight against malaria.

This has resulted in yet another 'proof' of 'evolution' being consigned to a toilet which is by now needing a good rodding out.

Scientists have discovered 10 previously unknown genes of the Plasmodium falciparum, a parasite that carries malaria.

Evolution cult members had previously imagined that their imaginary mystical magical force - had managed to beneficially 'mutate' the organism and combat various attempts by man to erradicate the parasite.

This has now been proven to be the total nonsense that creationists always maintained that it was. Creationists said that parasite was simply selecting from information already present, which science has now verified. There was no beneficial mutation or increased complexity, merely natural selection within the pre-existing genes themselves.

Dawkin Richards, evolution fundamentalist, was today unavailable for comment. His publicist said he was suffering from a slight cold, and was in no way phased by this further nail in a coffin that is by now primarily consisting of coffin nails.

A real scientist commented "Now that we have further empirical evidence and knowledge of the genes, we will hopefully be able to combat this dreadful disease. When we have evolutionists clouding the picture, spreading superstitions that somehow the Plasmodium falciparum is magically changing, it makes the prospect of finding an antimalarial drug remote. Now this ridiculous notion has been shown to be false, we can get on with the real work and hopefully save lives"

[Reporters Note: Spoof readers, although this story is a spoof, it is based on genuine breaking news. However don't expect to hear it or see it in on the mainstream media, because obviously it is another death knell in the cacophony of evolutionary death bells. GP]

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