Monday, 2 January 2012

Photosynthesis .....How ?

Photosynthesis is a fundamental process of life on Earth. Thanks to the chloroplasts inside plants , cells produce starch by using water, carbon dioxide and sunlight. Animals are not able to produce their own nutrients so therefore must use the starch from plants for food instead. This is why photosynthesis is a basic condition for complex life. More interestingly is the fact that this complex process of photosynthesis has not yet been fully understood. Modern technology has not been able to reveal all of its details, never mind reproduce it. Is it possible such a complex process as photosynthesis to be the product of natural processes?


Photosynthesis is a rather complicated event, and it seems impossible for it to emerge in an organelle inside a cell (because it is impossible for all the stages to have come about at once, and it is meaningless for them to have emerged separately).
Prof. Dr. Ali Demirsoy, Kalitim ve Evrim (Inheritance and Evolution), Meteksan Publications, Ankara, p. 80.

No cell possesses the capacity to 'learn' a process in the true sense of the word. It is impossible for any cell to come by the ability to carry out such functions as respiration or photosynthesis, neither when it first comes into being, nor later in life.
Hoimar Von Ditfurth, Im Amfang War Der Wasserstoff (Secret Night of the Dinosaurs), pp. 60-61


CLEARLY the first plant cells on the Earth were specially designed to carry out photosynthesis. Plants were created with the ability to photosynthesize.

Evolutionary sources claim that photosynthesis was in some way coincidentally "discovered" by bacteria .But man, with all his technology and knowledge, has been unable to do so. These accounts, which are fairy tales, have no scientific worth. Photosynthesis is a major dilemma for evolution.

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