Digital and Analog Information Housed in DNA


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Two researchers have demonstrated that DNA harbors information in both digital and analog formats. These two types of information appear to be coupled intrinsically through DNA nucleotide sequences to form an irreducibly complex system. This new insight reveals the elegant sophistication of genomes and advances the case for intelligent design by highlighting the remarkable analogy between the structure and operation of biochemical information systems and the information systems produced by human designers.

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More interesting articles can be found at:

https://ayearningforpublius.wordpress.com/2014/09/20/a-running-list-of-biological-evidences-of-design-in-nature/

Don Johnson – January 1, 2015

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One response to “Digital and Analog Information Housed in DNA

  1. Ronald Vander Griend

    It is so easy to get upset with scientists who we believe to continue to lead people away from the truth. However for many scientists their studies lead them to the truth as in this case. Never under estimate God’s ability to reach anyone no matter their situation or career path. His ways are surely not are ways. I encourage those who read your latest article to check out the writer of article on DNA.

    Dr. Fazale Rana

    In 1999, I left my position in R&D at a Fortune 500 company to join Reasons to Believe because I felt the most important thing I could do as a scientist is to communicate to skeptics and believers alike the powerful scientific evidence—evidence that is being uncovered day after day—for God’s existence and the reliability of Scripture. Read more about Dr. Fazale Rana

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