Evolutionists and the Junk DNA row!

Funny story written by Gary Potter

Monday, 16 May 2011

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Richard Dawkins: Still not debating academics!

Idiot evolutionists are again clambering through the remains of yet another crumbling mountain of evidence!

The row seems to be over what is popularly known as 'junk DNA'. Evolutionists want to imagine that as much as 98.5% of the human genome is in fact left over garbage from our ancestors. Unfortunately, those pesky scientists have spoilt the party and are increasingly finding out that in fact the junk is anything but useless. The row has been ignited by Jonanthan Wells who has written a bestselling book 'The Myth of Junk DNA' which has hit the top 5 on Amazon.

Richard Dawkins, evolutionary fundamentalist was available for comment, having a lot of time on his hands due to rejecting all the invitations to debate academics, said with his fingers in his ears "la la la la la la, I can't hear you"

Meanwhile, a real scientist had this to say "Its typical of evolutionists. Like the phantom vestigial organs (evolutionists believe that bits of the body are useless) real science is working hard and finding uses for what evolutionists once consigned to the offal bin. They hinder scientific progress with their superstitions. Since 1972 when Susumo OhNo (writers note: real name) coined the phrase, serious research has been hampered into this vital area. It was still being used by pseudo-science writer Michael Shermer in 2008. Now we are finding real uses for this non-coding area of the genome, and yet more evolutionary 'evidence' can be flushed down a rather grim and blocked looking toilet."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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