Does the book contain evolutionary explanations for these powerful arguments for ID/creation:
1. The origin of meiosis (the splitting of the chromosomes to produce a sperm and an egg), and the origin of associated male and female reproductive organs. This has been described as the `queen of evolutionary problems'.
2. The origin of consciousness. This has been described as the `king of evolutionary problems'.
3. The epigenetic code that controls the genetic code.
4. Poly-functional DNA in the human genome, where more than 60% (about 1600) of a sample of genes were found to code for transcriptional units on the sense and the anti-sense DNA strands.
5. The irreducible complexity of protein targeting (zip codes). The amino-acid sequence on proteins that specifies where proteins are to be targeted only works if the golgi complex exists. Without protein targeting, the cell will not function.
6. The origin of the ribosome, the cell organelle that is absolutely essential for protein synthesis which is composed of about fifty large molecules (mainly proteins) and over one million atoms.
7. The origin of the spliceosome, the complex cellular machine responsible for performing the precise task of removing introns and joining together exons to form mRNA.
8. The origin of the RNA polymerase enzymes, which catalyse transcription of DNA and RNA strands.
9. The origin of the DNA polymerase enzyme, which catalyses the elongation of a new DNA strand during DNA replication.
10. The origin of ATP, the energy source absolutely essential for cell functioning.
11. The origin of chaperones, which are barrel-shaped proteins that help other proteins to fold into their complex three-dimensional shape. Chaperones fold correctly because they have chaperones of their own; other vicious circle for evolutionists.
12. The Atlas Moth has the image of the head of a Cobra (a predatory animal) on each wing. It is absurd nonsense to believe (as evolutionists must) that the accurate images of Cobras on the wings of this moth originated by chance.
13. Cell differentiation required for human development.
14. The origin of the interdependent body systems:
a) The cardiovascular system is dependent on the renal system, the lymphatic system, the respiratory system, the muscular system, the nervous system, the skeletal system and the digestive system.
b) The digestive system is dependent on the cardiovascular system, the lymphatic system, the nervous system and the muscular system.
c) The reproductive system is dependent on the endocrine system, the nervous system, the cardiovascular system and the integumentary system.
d) The muscular system is dependent on the cardiovascular system and the nervous system.
e) The nervous system is dependent on the cardiovascular system, the cardiovascular system is dependent on the respiratory system and the respiratory system is dependent on the nervous system.
f) The lymphatic system is dependent on the skeletal system, the cardiovascular system and the cardiovascular system is dependent on the lymphatic system.
g) The skeletal system is dependent on the cardiovascular system and the cardiovascular system is dependent on the skeletal system.
or does the book simply ignore these problems and attempt to give the reader the impression that these unanswerable problems for evolutionary theory simply don't exist?