A recent article in the Journal of Theoretical Biology may have discovered the biological purpose for the appendix.  Of course, those dumbed down by evolutionary theory have largely ignored the appendix, thinking it some vestigial organ.  But even more interesting than the proposed primary function of the appendix ("It produces and protects good germs for your gut") is the quote from one scientist – and get this, it is incredible:

The idea “seems by far the most likely” explanation for the function of
the appendix, said Brandeis University biochemistry professor Douglas
Theobald. “It makes evolutionary sense.”

BUAHAHAHAHA!

Here’s what is so funny about evolution and evolutionists: evolution
NEVER fails to incorporate new data, because it is changed at the whim
of the evolutionist.  It has little or no predictive value, because it
is so fluid that it can claim to incorporate any new data by simply
"adjusting" the theory.  BANKRUPT!  BOGUS!  RIDICULOUS!  As I wrote in Mass Delusion – 10 Reasons Why the Majority of Scientists Believe in Evolution

Many scientists fail to evaluate the difference between a theory in flux and one that is actually false. When should we abandon a theory or model? …. When, in the course of trying to incorporate known data, there
are more exceptions than rules, more data that does not fit than is
reasonable.   

Trying to claim "evolutionary sense" when for years evolutionists
have created such bogus, science-inhibiting ideas such as junk DNA and
vestigial organs is tragic comedy at its best.  The creationist view fits reality much better than the frog to prince fairy story of evolution: 

[The appendix] had a created function in people originally, but as a result of the Curse (consequent upon Adam’s sin) on all creation, humanity has degenerated. Thus, our body has lost some functions which it once had.  Evolution requires a gain in information—new structures, new functions.  [Vestigial organs and the like have] a created function, but we don’t know what [those functions are] yet.

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