Dec 17, 2013 The Creator (God) of Human DNA had more info in it
The article that Cox posted in http://www.fivedoves.com listed below is a new discovery of a DNA Hidden Language in human genetic code. What scientist are calling language means a set of instructions on how to proceed with its intended use. The whole DNA strand can be compared to what machine language does in computers and that is to be able to process the information that humans programed it to do.
In computers it is easy to see who gave the machine its instructions and no rational person would dare to suggest that the machines received these instructions by chance or that nature put it together by the chance process of evolution.
Well if ti is illogical to believe that the software of a computer happened by chance why is it any easier to believe that the instructional language found in DNA could originate by chance and evolution? and this is more illogical when time is inserted into the believe as if by trowing in a billion years would increase the probabilities of it occurring.
The only thing that time brings into the equation is the magnification of the second law of thermodynamics called entropy which states in layman’s terms that all matter in the Universe is in a state of dissolution where all elements tend to decompose to its simpler form. In other words complex systems tend to change to simpler systems going in the opposite direction of what evolutions claims as their religious dogma that simple forms evolve to more complex forms, ignoring entropy which is an irrefutable “”law”” of physics.
By the way this law was created by God when he cursed creation at the disobedience of Adam in paradise
Scientists find second, ‘hidden’ language in human genetic code
SEATTLE, Dec. 12 (UPI) —
U.S. geneticists say a second code hiding within DNA changes how scientists read its instructions and interpret mutations to make sense of health and disease.
Since the genetic code was deciphered in the 1960s, scientists have assumed it was used exclusively to write information about proteins, but University of Washington scientists say they’ve discovered genomes use the genetic code to write two separate “languages.”
One, long understood, describes how proteins are made, while the other instructs the cell on how genes are controlled. One language is written on top of the other, which is why the second language remained hidden for so long, a university release said Thursday.
“For over 40 years we have assumed that DNA changes affecting the genetic code solely impact how proteins are made,” UW genome sciences Professor John Stamatoyannopoulos said. “Now we know that this basic assumption about reading the human genome missed half of the picture. These new findings highlight that DNA is an incredibly powerful information storage device, which nature has fully exploited in unexpected ways.”
Parts of the genetic code have two meanings, one related to protein sequence, and one related to gene control, the researchers said, and both apparently evolved in concert with each other.
The gene control instructions appear to help stabilize certain beneficial features of proteins and how they are made, they said.
The discovery has major implications for how scientists and physicians interpret a patient’s genome and could open new doors to the diagnosis and treatment of disease, Stamatoyannopoulos said.
“The fact that the genetic code can simultaneously write two kinds of information means that many DNA changes that appear to alter protein sequences may actually cause disease by disrupting gene control programs or even both mechanisms simultaneously,” he said.