What is the importance of time in life? What kind of time problem do evolutionists have related to evolution?
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10.4-TIME FALLACY OF THE EVOLUTIONIST VIEW
What is time?
Time is a relative being that occurs as a result of the movement of matter. Time is an important element in being alive because every living being has a life span that contains a certain period of time a certain and very limited time for the realization of the biochemical reactions that ensure the survival of that living being. If those reactions cannot occur in the relevant unit of time, life will not continue. For example, the conditions that should occur at the same time during a new cell formation are as follows:
- If the letter errors that occur in the chain when DNA is copied cannot be repaired at a certain time,
- If free radicals formed by oxygen respiration are not suppressed within a certain time,
- If foreign elements such as viruses and bacteria that enter into the body are not prevented and fought within a certain period of time,
- If proteins are not synthesized within a certain period of time, etc.,
life will not go on.
It is possible to lengthen this list for 3000 different reactions that occur each minute in a cell. If these biochemical reactions cannot be carried out at specific and short times, it is not possible to mention the existence and continuity of life.
Every reaction within the cell must be performed in very short periods of time, such as thirds, seconds and minutes. Sometimes a delay of a few hours causes the creature to die.
However, according to the evolutionist view, this timing is hardly taken into account and there is a rather extravagant approach regarding the issue. For example, it is said that the first cell formed as a result of random transformations over millions of years, and that defense mechanisms such as producing responses to oxidative stress and pathogens could be developed as a result of trial and error that occurred over millions of years and billions of times.
In fact, there is still no real time determinant to measure this time. However, since it is believed that the longer time they mention, the more credible they will be, they mention longer times with exaggeration.
However, there is one important point that they miss: this approach is far from being scientific and real because the organism has a certain life span, and every reaction within the cell must be performed in very short periods of time, such as thirds, seconds and minutes. Sometimes a delay of a few hours causes the creature to die.
For example, if the antioxidant defense mechanism of a cell that starts aerobic respiration does not take place even for 1 hour, DNA, proteins and fats, which are the main components of the cell, will be exposed to oxidative stress and become functionless; then, the cell will die. Due to all these reasons, evolutionist approaches to time need to be questioned again from a biochemical perspective.
Questions on Islam
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