Study on DNA Binary Programming is Key to Understanding Evolutionary Biology
New Visions in Biological Science Vol. 1,
10 August 2021
Each DNA molecule consists of a base pair of nucleotides, either guanine (G) coupled with cytosine (C), or adenine (A) coupled with thymine (T). GC and AT base molecules linked together in long chains is analogous to binary computer coding in which each molecule is either a “GC” or an “AT” (rather than a “1” or a “0”). Advanced species have significantly less DNA encoding than primitive species. The amphibian that evolved from a fish no longer needs those parts of its DNA that were exclusive to fish and so loses them. Similarly, the lizard loses those parts of its DNA that were required by amphibians, and so on up the evolutionary scale. Every species carries with it disproportionately huge amounts of inactive DNA that they themselves cannot possibly use. This is for the sole purpose of keeping biological codes in reserve as a backup contingency plan in case of mass extinctions. Every organism is thus preprogrammed with a binary encoded genetic template for what it could evolve to as a species plus endless possibilities for the evolution of new species. Darwinian natural selection is merely a small incidental part of this evolutionary process.
- mass extinctions
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