Is it Darwin or intelligent design?

Cancer cells are said to have evolved, by microevolution –Darwinian style of course- from all these “random mutations” in the genome, which they are calling damage or errors in copying, something which is supported by Darwinian evolutionary theory, if the theory were fact. I see a stronger case for intelligent design. And I further see that cancer cells are strong evidence for intelligent design.

And consider that supposedly damaged DNA evolved over only a few decades, (if in fact cancer develops over decades), for the cancer cells to have acquired all these incredible qualities, to be master of their own destiny. And indeed to made other cells dance to their tune while flying under their radar! WOW!

BUT all of these qualities are displayed by adult and/or embryonic stem cells no less! Good God! In a few decades, (which is only suggestion), cancer cells supposedly evolved great variations (because there are sometimes hundreds of different cancer cells in the one tumor) and supposed superior capabilities to most other cells, including normal stem cells in what it took the other cells to evolve over millions of years. IMO the transmutation of stem cells into cancer cells can only come about by intelligent means.. perceptions, ideas, beliefs and the somatic reactions to those ideas.

What I discovered, and for which I have found ample scientific evidence, is that stem cells, as found in every tissue in the body, modify their genome deliberately, to make new type of cells for a reason, knowing that reason helps your body effect spontaneous remission.

And just think the limb that might be accidentally lost can, potentially at least, be replaced by the body.


About kyrani99

I am a human rights activist and I live each day with the warrior spirit. I enjoy painting and writing and exercising together with my two wonderful dogs. I am a theist but of no particular religion.You are welcomed to my blog at
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