Long Noncoding RNAs Extend the Case for Creation

Does Long NonCoding RNAs extend the case for Creation?


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If the case for Creation requires a human genome that is almost entirely functional, then the answer is no. If I said that 80% of the Gobi desert does not have standing water, would finding a puddle of water in the middle of the Gobi desert refute my claim? No. Finding functional RNA molecules does not mean all RNA molecules are functional, just as finding one puddle of water does not mean the entire desert is covered in water.