Not even a single protein inside the cell can form spontaneously and by chance, let alone entire genes. There have to be other proteins and the cell itself in order for a protein to form. Yet genes are far more complex than proteins. There have to be both proteins and also all the organelles inside the cell in order for genes to exist. For that reason, for Darwinists who are unable to account for a single protein to engage in speculation and tell tall tales regarding genes could only possibly deceive children. Though not even children today believe in such fraud.
Further evidence of the hopeless position in which Darwinists find themselves
Darwinists came up with the claim that the 48 chromosomes in apes fell to 46 as the result of the fusion of two chromosomes on the basis of a disease seen in human beings. Chromosome 2 (the fusion of two chromosomes) in human beings is a genetic disorder that occurs at a rate of only 1/1000. In order to explain the giant gap such as chimpanzees having 48 chromosomes and human beings having 46 chromosomes, science is being biasedly distorted by Darwinists, who try to portray chromosome 2 in human beings as evidence for the imaginary common ancestor. However, there is no evolution here. The fusion that happens in the human chromosome (the fusion of two chromosomes) is not evolution but a disorder that causes handicaps and even the death of the individual. The best-known example is Down Syndrome. Scientific experiments so far have revealed that this fusion delivers no benefits; on the contrary it produces unhealthy mutants or infertile individuals. That Darwinists try to present a disorder as a proof for evolution indicates the great pitiful state they are in. Besides, it is utterly illogical and groundless to look to similarities between chromosome numbers or genomes in order to maintain the deception that human beings evolved from chimpanzees. In terms of genome sequence, there is a 75% similarity between human beings and nematode worms. In terms of chromosome numbers, on the other hand, the genus Peromyscus, or the species commonly referred to as deer, mice, potatoes and tobacco also have 48 chromosomes. The chromosome number of human beings, on the other hand, is 46, as it is, for example, in Lepus europaeus, a species of hare. Therefore, having the same number of chromosomes not does necessarily imply similarity. Even with the same number of chromosomes, a difference in one single gene can make that organism a totally different life form. Therefore, human beings are no more the same as chimpanzees than they are the same as the potato or the tobacco plant.