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Interdependence of the DNA double helix, the genetic code, and the machinery to transcribe and translate the code to make proteins

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Interdependence of the DNA double helix, the genetic code, and the machinery to transcribe and translate the code to make proteins

http://reasonandscience.heavenforum.org/t2039-interdependence-of-the-dna-double-helix-the-genetic-code-and-the-machinery-to-transcribe-and-translate-the-code-to-make-proteins

Can a alphabet arise without a intelligent mind inventing it ? What good is a  alphabet for, if there is no medium like ink and paper to write a message on the paper,  if there is no one to actually write a message,  and no one to read and understand it upon common agreement of meaning of words and language, between sender and receiver ??

Can the DNA code arise without a intelligent mind inventing it ? What good is the DNA code for, if there is no medium like the DNA double helix, to encode the information required to make proteins ? What good is the DNA code  for, the software, and the DNA double helix, the hardware, if there is no machinery to read, transcribe and translate the message stored in DNA to make proteins ? Must not all come into existence all at ones , otherwise, if one is missing, the others have no function ?

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8335231
The genetic language is a collection of rules and regularities of genetic information coding for genetic texts. It is defined by alphabet, grammar, collection of punctuation marks and regulatory sites, semantics.

Must not only the alphabet, but also the storage medium be invented ? - That can be ink and paper, the hardware of a computer, or the morse code in various mediums ?
Must not only the DNA code, but also the storage medium , the double helix, AND also the machinery to read and transcribe the message be invented, otherwise the first two have no function ?

In the cell, things are however far more complex. There is a whole chain of subsequent events that must all be fully operational, and the machinery in place, in order to make the final product, that is proteins. That chain is constituted by INITIATION OF TRANSCRIPTION, CAPPING,  ELONGATION,  SPLICING, CLEAVAGE,POLYADENYLATION AND TERMINATION, EXPORT FROM THE NUCLEUS TO THE CYTOSOL, INITIATION OF PROTEIN SYNTHESIS (TRANSLATION), COMPLETION OF PROTEIN SYNTHESIS AND PROTEIN FOLDING. In order for evolution to work, the robot-like working machinery and assembly line  must be in place, fully operational. So the origin of the machines cannot be explained through evolution. All there is left, are random chemical reactions, or design. Choose which explanation seems more fitting the evidence.







http://reasonandscience.heavenforum.org/t2039-interdependence-of-the-dna-double-helix-the-genetic-code-and-the-machinery-to-transcribe-and-translate-the-code-to-make-proteins#3464



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what reason are there to be transit signals, if there is no transit, no cars, no one to actually read the signal and act upon its instructions, and either passing the cross road, or stop upon the red light?

Same with genetic instructions : A TATA box is a DNA sequence that indicates where a genetic sequence can begin to be readed and transcribed. What would it be good for, and for what reason arise, if there would not be the sophisticated molecular machine complexes to read the sequence through transcription factors, no  TATA-binding proteins to bind to the promoter sequence, and no RNA polymerase enzymes to actually start transcription ? promoter regions in genes have no other functions. They are interdependent.

http://reasonandscience.heavenforum.org/t2039-interdependence-of-the-dna-double-helix-the-genetic-code-and-the-machinery-to-transcribe-and-translate-the-code-to-make-proteins#3465

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