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  • Charles Palm
    Stewart: You have totally disregarded the fact that there are words in the English language that can have more than one meaning. Charles P:
    Message 1 of 12 , Oct 13, 2012
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      Stewart: You have totally disregarded the fact that there are words in the
      English language that can have more than one meaning.

      Charles P: http://www.nature.com/encode/#/threads You have totally
      disregarded the evidence found in the ENCODE project.

      ENCODE, the Encyclopedia of DNA Elements, is a project funded by the
      National Human Genome Research Institute to identify all regions of
      transcription, transcription factor association, chromatin structure and
      histone modification in the human genome sequence. Thanks to the
      identification of these functional elements, 80% of the components of the
      human genome now have at least one biochemical function associated with
      them. This expansive resource of functional annotations is already
      providing new insights into the organization and regulation of our genes
      and genome.

      ENCODE project: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ENCODE#modENCODE_project The
      Encyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE) is a public research consortium[2]
      launched by the US National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) in
      September 2003. The goal is to find all functional elements in the human
      genome, one of the most critical projects by NHGRI after it completed the
      successful Human Genome Project. All data generated in the course of the
      project will be released rapidly into public databases.

      On 5 September 2012, initial results of the project were released in a
      coordinated set of 30 papers published in the journals Nature (6
      publications), Genome Biology (18 papers) and Genome Research (6 papers).
      These publications combine to show that approximately 20% of noncoding DNA
      in the human genome is functional while an additional 60% is transcribed
      with no known function. Much of this functional non-coding DNA is involved
      in the regulation of the expression of coding genes. Furthermore the
      expression of each coding gene is controlled by multiple regulatory sites
      located both near and distant from the gene. These results demonstrate that
      gene regulation is far more complex than previously believed.

      Genome-wide association studies have determined that approximately 90% of
      single-letter differences in sequences that are associated with various
      diseases fall outside of protein coding regions. Previously it was not
      clear how these sequence differences could influence disease however new
      gene regulatory sites discovered by the ENCODE project in many cases
      provide an explanation.

      James A Shapiro:
      Let me
      repeat that last point for emphasis. The formation of the eukaryotic cell -
      setting the stage for all subsequent eukaryotic evolution - did not happen
      by gradual change and natural selection. That's one major reason
      why conventional theory is an inadequate explanation of evolution.

      Charles P: There is no scientific evidence that contradicts the following:
      All living things have DNA digital code information in their genomes. All
      codes were designed. DNA digital code information was designed.

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