What Is The Key To Maintaining Youthfulness? The Flow Of Genetic Information and Gene Splicing
April 14, 2017
The building blocks of life is genetic information or genetic programming and the ability to sustain life is dependent on the flow of information, just like the ability to sustain computer software is dependent on the flow of information.
The article linked below states, "Although we know that specific splicing defects can lead to disease, we were really intrigued about de-regulation of RNA splicing as a driver of the aging process itself, because practically nothing is known about that. Put simply, splicing is a way for organisms to generate complexity from a relatively limited number of genes". What this means is that there are machines in our cells that are able to cut and join pieces from our genetic code in order to execute certain programs or deliver certain information. By doing this, the code is made more efficient and less programming is required. Why duplicate programming if you do not need to? This is a hallmark of a well thought out design.
As this process of gene splicing breaks down, aging seems to be one of the results. This article again shows the complexity of our genome and the cellular system. How could an evolutionist possibly explain molecular machines that actively cut and splice together information in a way that correctly executes genetic instructions? Just another evidence of intelligent design.
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