15 Questions for Evolutionists -- #7 How did multi-cellular life originate?





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Published on Mar 3, 2012

Question 7 in CMI's '15 Questions for Evolutionists' flyer reveals yet another problem area for the story of evolution: How did cells adapted to individual survival 'learn' to cooperate and specialize (including undergoing programmed cell death) to create complex plants and animals? Richard Fangrad and Calvin Smith summarize some of the data. See the links below for details.

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• List of the 15 questions with supporting information (http://creation.com/15-questions)
• Evolution of muticellularity: what is required? (http://creation.com/multicellularity)
• Apoptosis -- more evidence for creation (http://creation.com/apoptosis)

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