Faith Encouragement: Identical Complex Structures In Unrelated Species

Identical Complex Structures In Unrelated Species


The evolution model predict that if similar structures or complex chemical pathways occur in different species, they must have had a common ancestor, however specialized and complex structures are seen in dissimilar creatures.

Example: Hemoglobin is a very complex structure and should therefore only occur through a common ancestor. Yet it occurs sporadically among invertebrates in no obvious pattern, but with the same structure, complete and functional.  


K. Dean Reeves, M.D. is a physician and medical researcher in the area of pain caused by arthritis, chronic sprains and chronic strains. His private practice is located in the greater Kansas City area of Roeland Park, Kansas.  He collaborates in research with other locations across the country and internationally, and is licensed in the states of Kansas and Missouri.

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