RIBOSOMES: IRREDUCIBLY COMPLEX, INGENIOUSLY DESIGNED
Ribosomes are highly complex macro-molecular “garage” cellular structures which house the machinery to effectively manufacture protein chains from amino acids by reading the blueprints of DNA. This amazing structure does this function across all species from bacteria to eukaryotes. Clearly ribosomes are “ingeniously designed” for their vital functions in the cell.
The ribosome is a multi-part machine responsible for translating the genetic instructions during the assembly of proteins.
Evolutionary biology tells us that mutations such as the CCR5 mutation that provides resistance to HIV can be used as an example for evolution, but does the genetic evidence really support this claim? Not exactly.