• DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is a molecule encoding the genetic instructions for life.
  • Plants and fungi did not appear until roughly 500 million years ago. They were soon followed by arthropods (insects and spiders). Next came the amphibians about 300 million years ago, followed by mammals around 200 million years ago and birds around 150 million years ago.
  • Common descent is a concept in evolutionary biology applicable when one species is the ancestor of two or more species later in time. All living beings are in fact descendants of a unique ancestor commonly referred to as the last universal common ancestor (LUCA) of all life on Earth, according to modern evolutionary biology. [1][2][3][4]Common descent is an effect of speciation, in which multiple species derive from a single ancestral population.
  • This one ancestor differential relatedness concept won’t be around much longer.
  • It’s the survival of the fittest and the lucky.
  • Evolution can’t explain certain features of life via an undirected process:
  • 1.  The digital code of DNA.
  • 2.   The miniature machines and circuits that are found in cells.
  • 3.   The fine tuning of nature’s laws and constants that govern the universe.
  •  The foundational components that brought the universe into being did not happen randomly.
  • Newton and his scientific peers believed that a Designer/Creator was involved in the universe’s evolvement.
  • NOTE:  A HUMAN DAY IS 24 HOURS, AN EVENT ORIGINATOR’S DAY IS MUCH LONGER.
  • After Newton and the other founders of classical science, “VIEWPOINT DISCRIMINATION SET IN”:  ONLY MATERIALISTIC VIEWPOINTS WERE ALLOWED.
  • Newton had said that randomness did not place the planets in their correct orbits, the design code did that.   Newton never did separate this creator/designer component away from his scientific work.
  • LOOK IT UP.  The scientist Isaac Newton (1642-1727) used the thumb print as evidence of the existence of God because each person has an individual and unique thumb print. He argued that this pointed to a designer rather than random chance. The human body is full of examples of the unique way we are created.
  • The DNA information comes from its instructional code.
  • The Cambrian Explosion of life forms appeared as completed entities.
  • No prior fossils, nor incomplete fossils have ever been found.
  • Until 530 million years ago, the oceans were mostly devoid of life.  Complex animals showed up 10 million years later (more or less).  Most of the complex body plans were put in place, starting then.  Gradual and unguided natural selection had nothing to do with this startup event.  Biological forms require biological information.  Digital, biological information brought forth these completed life forms, and kept them functioning.
  • DNA, with its four character code, is the storehouse for the required molecular information.  Strings of precisely sequenced chemicals called “nucleotide bases” supply the assembly instructions to do the molecular  build out of the protein molecules needed for living cell survival.
  • DNA GENERATES THE DIGITAL CODE OF LIFE.
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  • NA has two types of digital information — the genes that encode proteins, which are the molecular machines of life, and the gene regulatory networks that specify the behaviour of the genes.
  • The digital linear coding carried by the base pairs in the DNA double helix is now known to have an important component that acts by altering, along its length, the natural shape and stiffness of the molecule.
  • A new protein sequence achieved without code, ain’t gonna randomly happen.
  • DNA has two types of digital information — the genes that encode proteins, which are the molecular machines of life, and the gene regulatory networks that specify the behaviour of the genes.
  • The digital linear coding carried by the base pairs in the DNA double helix is now known to have an important component that acts by altering, along its length, the natural shape and stiffness of the molecule.
  • DNA digital data storage is the process of encoding and decoding binary data to and from synthesized strands of DNA.[1][2]
  • NA has two types of digital information — the genes that encode proteins, which are the molecular machines of life, and the gene regulatory networks that specify the behaviour of the genes.
  • The digital linear coding carried by the base pairs in the DNA double helix is now known to have an important component that acts by altering, along its length, the natural shape and stiffness of the molecule.
  • DNA is not like C source but more like byte-compiled code for a virtual machine called ‘the nucleus’. … Although the actual relevant changes in the DNA of an organism rarely occur within a generation, substantial tinkering goes on by activating or deactivating parts of our genome, without altering the actual code.
  • Assuming we take human DNA as one example, there would be approximately 75,000,000 (75M) lines of 80 characters. There are approximately 3,000,000,000 (3B) base pairs, each of which is made up of adenine (A) + thymine (T), or cytosine (C) + guanine (G).
  • CODE FOR 24 DIFFERENT KINDS OF AMINO ACIDS THAT MAKE UP THE PROTEIN MOLECULES HAD TO BE WRITTEN, BEFOREHAND. (to produce the requisite molecules.)  These proteins do the jobs within the cells to catalyzing reactions that process the necessary cell information.  They also form the structural parts of the cell machinery that generates new information.
  • There are basically four different classes of amino acids determined by different side chains: (1) non-polar and neutral, (2) polar and neutral, (3) acidic and polar, (4) basic and polar.  Amino acids, often referred to as the building blocks of proteins, are compounds that play many critical roles in your body. They’re needed for vital processes like the building of proteins and synthesis of hormones and neurotransmitters.
  • INFORMATION IS RUNNING THE SHOW  IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS.
  • The Cambrian Explosion could not have happened without assembly instructions.  It did not arise through mutations sifted by natural selection.  Randomness always degrades a code.  It can’t produce useful meaning and functionality.  Randomness destroys a code, it doesn’t build one.  No function, and no meaning.
  • DNA is considered a universal genetic code because every known living organism has genes made of DNA. Bacteria, fungi, cats, plants, and you: every organism uses DNA to store genetic information. … Basically, every three pieces of DNA becomes one amino acid.
  • The language of DNA is digital, but not binary. … Because each digit can have 4 values instead of 2, an DNA codon has 64 possible values, compared to a binary byte which has 256. A typical example of a DNA codon is ‘GCC’, which encodes the amino acid Alanine.
  • DNA is made up of six smaller molecules — a five carbon sugar called deoxyribose, a phosphate molecule and four different nitrogenous bases (adeninethyminecytosine and guanine).
  • For billions of years, nature has used DNA like a molecular bank vault: a place to store her most coveted secrets — the design blueprints essential to life.  Researchers are exploring the unique information-carrying capacities of DNA, hoping to produce microscopic forms whose ability to encrypt, store and retrieve information rival those of the silicon-based semiconductor memories found in most computers.
  • A Designer/Creator produced the life forms information code, not a materialistic process.  A materialist process isn’t capable of producing a designed result.
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