Originally posted by Kryties
Originally posted by edmc^2
for example in the vid - it showed that the information contained in the DNA is a program just like a computer program only much more sophisticated.
If science has said it is, then perhaps it is. That doesn't mean that a magical man in the sky programmed it though, it just means life is a lot more
complex than we have previously believed and we need to investigate that further.
The very fact we can manipulate that same DNA and mutate, change or clone things tells me the code isn't very complex anyways, certainly nothing I
would expect an all-powerful creator to make - why would he make something that humans could figure out how to alter hmm? I thought his creations were
supposed to be perfect (which brings up the subject of why is there a heaven and a hell but that's off topic and I won't go there).
So if it's a program as science say it is then how did this program got in there in the first place without this you call "magical man" - the
As for the DNA code being not "very complex anyways," - bold claim on your part there sir.
Unfortunately not according to the brightest scientists who've been working on deciphering it for a long time now.
Perhaps you should explain if its not "very complex anyways" what causes a cell to become an eye, a nose, a hand, etc. What's the secret mechanism
on how and why the RNA, DNA, Enzymes worked together in such an organized way that it baffles even the brightest of the brightest!
Please tell me which came first the RNA or the DNA - which one created first?
And exactly how does the body communicate its need to the cell, and how does it trigger part of the DNA molecule to “unzip” at just the right
place and later to go back together?
What prevents the rest of the DNA helix from “unzipping”?
Also, how did not only the right chemicals, but also all the right mechanisms, such as the ribosomes, come to be in the cell for the making of a new
strand of RNA?
Or how about this: How does the ribosome “read” the RNA and exactly how are just the right chemicals provided at the right places to reproduce the
DNA’s pattern and to make the proper protein?
If you don't like that one how about this:
How is the information encoded on DNA transferred to cell enzymes that then control the growth of new cells?
Why even biologist Dr. Howard H. Pattee of Stanford University, is still looking for the answers.
In fact he says that the simple models (such as "Watson and Crick devised") cannot explain the speed and reliability of information transfer. He
admitted that a much deeper study of matter at the submolecular level is yet necessary.
And finally, we encounter the biggest question of all:
How did such complex substances, and life itself, get there to begin with? For these questions scientists have no answer, only theories.
But perhaps you've unlock one of the Greatest Mysteries of all!
So by all means please enlighten us with your superior intellect on molecular biology - I'd like to know if it's not "very complex anyways".
May I also suggest to watch the vid and find out yourself how complex the DNA is?