A team of molecular biologists from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) has now discovered that mRNAs can be targeted for destruction by several modes and molecules, highlighting a previously unanticipated complexity in the control and regulation of the cell's genetic messages.
As with the previously known genetic regulation mechanisms, evolutionists can offer nothing more than vague speculation about how such incredible complexity could have arisen spontaneously. One of the proteins involved in some aspects of this regulation is called Ago and the evolutionists make the rather heroic claim that this protein, as found in mammals, evolved from an earlier version that was in ancient vertebrates. As a reference for this jaw-dropping, unscientific, claim, they unbelievably cite their “unpublished data”:
The four mammalian Ago homologs evolved from a common ancestor early in the vertebrate lineage (our unpublished data).
Imagine a physicist claiming to have proven perpetual motion and citing his unpublished data. This isn’t even wrong. Nor do terms such as absurd or ludicrous do justice to such inanity. Nothing in biology makes sense in the light of evolution.