Kevin Anderson, Ph.D.. 2010. Arizona Origins Science Association, 54 min.
Dr. Anderson discusses the amazing design of the human genome. Providing details of recent discoveries, he provides insight into how the genome's design challenges evolutionary explanations. He shows how evolutionists have offered many incorrect assumptions about how the genome was constructed, functions, and supposedly evolved. This includes the alleged human/chimp similarity, claims that the genome is mostly useless junk, and flawed analysis of mitochondrial DNA "Eve." He concludes that evolution cannot explain the nature of the genome. Instead, a creation model is the superior explanation for both the origin and the design of the genome.