Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Why Do Evolutionary Predictions Fail?

Joel Kontinen

“So why do these evolutionary predictions about the genome continually fail in the light of new research?” Jeffrey Tomkins, who has a PhD in genetics, asks in an Acts & Facts article.

The reason is obvious. Dr. Tomkins goes on to say:

“It`s because scientists who possess an evolutionary mindset are always viewing the genome as the product of chance random processes. Instead, we should be looking at the genome from the perspective of functionality and incredible bioengineering – the product of an omnipotent and wise Creator.”


Tomkins, Jeffrey, 2013. Pseudogenes are functional, not genomic fossils. Acts & Facts 42 (7), 9.