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We do not even know.(apart from the lightweight consideration).why do a plant's roots grow down

Another conundrum is regarding an amino acid which is fixed to its transfer RNA.(tRNA):.what activates its pursuit of where it eventually becomes part of a growing protein chain? How does the ribosome know which amino acid to eventually attach to? It knows! We do not! And we may never know, as the easily discernible built in intelligence appears to come from a non physical component, perhaps like we have in us.

Ribosomes translate the genetic message from your DNA to make proteins and polypeptides, but how they do this and how they know when to and why they do so and at what times, is a mystery. 

If it was understood how to convert the message DNA or if it was understood how polymerase knows which genes are turned off or on in order to begin its transcription work and if it was understood how these 500 odd transcription essentials interact; if we overstood this and a whole lot more we know goes on, things we can't determine even with the most powerful electron microscope, then if we did know, we could record that information on various media.(paper, computers, etc.). It's not overstood because its programming is not observable. Evolution deals with the physical and not the, oh so real, invisible realities, so it is therefor a broken theory.

The sequence.of segmented information in DNA is chemically subjective, in that nothing innate exists in its chemicals to classify why certain sequences carry a particular message: Michael Polanyi, chemist,."The sequence of nucleotides is extraneous to the physical and chemical properties within the molecule, which is to say, the sequence is not determined by inherent physicochemical forces. In fact, it is precisely this physical indeterminacy that gives nucleotides the flexibility to function as letters in a message to be arranged and rearranged in a host of unpredictable patterns, like the letters on a page. But physical indeterminacy also implies that physical forces did not originate the pattern any more than the text on this page originated from the physical properties of the paper and ink.(or computer bytes)."

Information flows from DNA to RNA to protein.(except in the case of retroviruses, where the route is circular, that is, an enzyme.{reverse transcriptase}.copies information from RNA back to DNA).contradicting any lingering beliefs that Lamarckian organisms could have ever evolved. Evolution has been 'left in the dust' by true science.

Genes of species act very differently. Every gene on the DNA 'double helix'.(twisted strand).carries these instructions for the production of a.specific.protein molecule, the building blocks of cells. This is where a gene codes for a protein. 

The programming by the Master Programmer to accomplish all this shows most careful design, meticulous creative ability and no built in obsolescence, as it all keeps functioning from generation to generation or you and the rest of us would not be here!

DNA and the developing embryo: Inside almost every cell in every living organism is a long, twisted, ladder like molecule known as DNA, comprised of complex protein combinations. As the organism grows, different parts of the DNA molecule, called genes, are decoded and read by the cells; a process of brilliant design, a design which includes timed biological systems. Each gene contains instructions for building a particular molecule that's needed by the growing body. As the organism develops, different genes in different cells may be read. The ultimate purpose of any one cell whether it becomes a skin cell, a nerve cell, a kidney cell or a bone cell, depends upon which genes are read. The programming coming from the invisible determines which genes are read. 

The process is astoundingly intelligent, properly selecting which genes and at what time they should be read. If any of the genes are missing, if they are misread, read out of sequence or altered in any way, the cell or organism may dramatically change. The timing of this process depends on the embryo's stage of development and the location of the cell. Developing eye cells, for instance, use different combinations of genes than do brain cells or skin cells. Physical similarities and differences between any embryos correspond to variations in their genes. Compare with RNA. See genetic code under gene. Learn about Genetic Engineering. More on DNA at website, dnalc.org

And that is not even considered complex once one compares a full grown organism like the tiger.

Douglas Wallace, geneticist, Stanford University, in."using restrictive mapping on mtDNA to connect a human ancestral tree, results were found that suggest a.recent single point of origin.for the modern human race."....page 65,.The Neanderthal Enigma, by James Shreeve, 1995, Avon Books, New York, N.Y..(book is about the inexplicable vanishing of the alleged.Neanderthals.and the explosive emergence of man replacing them)

"If populations representing the earlier inhabitants of Eurasia.(Neanderthals existing throughout Europe and Asia).had contributed to the living gene pool, one would expect to find mitochondrial types.(DNA that allows genetical tracking).around today that are five times more variable, but they just don't seem to be there. Suddenly, all the lines stop."....page 68.

A surprising finding by Wallace and his colleagues was that the mtDNA roots were shallow, that is, very little difference occurred between any two people's DNA, suggesting that everyone's common ancestor had lived recently.


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