In The Ledger magazine of February 17th, 2000, an amazing article appeared called, 'The Biologist'. In this article, journalist George Caylor interviewed a molecular biologist. We are not able to use this scientist's name, but the original article should be archived by The Ledger of Lynchburg, Virginia, date February 17th 2000. If you are able to look this up, please do so.

Here are just a few comments which this molecular biologist makes in the article on the subject of the complexity of DNA and human code. I have called this scientist 'MB' (for 'molecular biologist'):

Caylor: "Do you believe that the information evolved?"
MB: "George, nobody I know in my profession believes it evolved. It was engineered by genius beyond genius, and such information could not have been written any other way. The paper and ink did not write the book! Knowing what we know, it is ridiculous to think otherwise."
Caylor: "Have you ever stated that in a public lecture, or in any public writings?"
MB: "No, I just say it evolved. To be a molecular biologist requires one to hold onto two insanities at all times:
One, it would be insane to believe in evolution when you can see the truth for yourself.
Two, it would be insane to say you don't believe evolution. All government work, research grants, papers, big college lectures -- everything would stop. I'd be out of a job, or relegated to the outer fringes where I couldn't earn a decent living.”
Caylor: “I hate to say it, but that sounds intellectually dishonest.”
MB: “The work I do in genetic research is honorable. We will find the cures to many of mankind's worst diseases. But in the meantime, we have to live with the elephant in the living room.”
Caylor: “What elephant?”
MB: “Creation design. It's like an elephant in the living room. It moves around, takes up space, loudly trumpets, bumps into us, knocks things over, eats a ton of hay, and smells like an elephant. And yet we have to swear it isn't there!”