An Alternative to Evolution: pt 2 (Introduction)

by David Turell @, Sunday, July 15, 2018, 17:30 (157 days ago) @ Balance_Maintained


Tony: But Quaternary coding is far more complex. Our genetic language is a chemical quatarnery system that also has spatial requirements.


DAVID I wish I understood programming. But perhaps your "data storage section' exists. Knowing that rearrangement of parts of a gene results in a specific function or functions implies there is information and controls we still don't understand.


It is certainly possible, I just think it unlikely. It would leave a lot of room for messed up genetics that we have not observed. Where is the lama with a giraffe neck?

But I'll go back to your prototype idea. Lamas and camels are related. Giraffes are in a different line from the beginning. Our understanding of the genome is very limited. What we know from gene deletion is what it controls, not how. That is what I refer to.


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