Junk DNA, or Junk "code" is actually not that hard to understand from a programmers point of view.
I have(and I would assume most programmers do as well) a library of code that I use and have created over time. This library of code includes common
functions and things. For example, I have a sub function which I call simply "commas". And this function takes a number I send it, and adds
any commas that are needed.
So, if I send this function the number of 100400, it will return to me - 100,400. Which I then use for printouts and so on.
I keep a running library of functions like this, and this library grows/evolves over time. Everytime I write a new program, the first thing I do is
link up to my personal library of code. But I do not always use all the code in my library. The code is still there, I just only use part of the
Afterall, why do I need to write a new and seperate commas function for every single program I write? It takes up time, and I'm just redoing that
which is already done.
Libraries of this kind of very common in programming, and you have tons of these kinds of libraries on your PC. These are called .dll files in
windows. .DLL stands for - Dynamic Link Library. These .DLL files carry functions and codes like I mentioned above for the commas thing, although
a bit more complicated etc.
Some functions are so common that almost all programs use them. These common libraries are kept on your PC, and many programs will use that same
library. But there is a bunch of "junk" code associated with it, because you probably don't use every piece of code included for the current
Anyway, if I create 2 programs, even though they may appear and work entirely different, they actually carry alot of the same code. As I mentioned,
I'm not going to keep rewriting the code from scratch. So if I 1 day created a program called "monkey", and then created a program called
"human" after, you would expect to see alot of the same code in the 2 programs.
The truth of genetics and DNA is that our bodies are highly advanced self reproducing nanobot technology. Each individual cell in our body is a
single "nanobot". The code these nanobots use is your DNA, which is basically just a config file. Thus when they change 1 little configuration
in the DNA, you can change what the program itself does. Open up the configuration file on a program you have, and you can change the appearance and
stuff of the program itself. The study of genetics is really just trying to reverse engineer the technology. Change a config variable here, see
what happens etc.
All these little config programs still link back to the same .DLL, which is kept in a seperate "folder/dimension". But of course the config files
look alot alike, just a few minor changes here and there.
So DNA = everyone unique config file for "programs/flesh" which operate off the same .dll files.
But you are not
your body any more than you are a program you use on your computer. You are the consciousness/soul behind it that operates and
uses the program. Thus why death is not real, thus why Jesus says do not fear those who can only kill the flesh.