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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

DNA and Information Storage

The DNA molecule is amazingly complex, and more of its functions and properties are constantly being discovered. Its mind-boggling capabilities give lie to the concept of goo-to-you evolution, and affirm the amazing design of our Creator. DNA's abilities and storage dwarf even the best computers. In addition, it is known that DNA is unstable and quickly deteriorates, but has been found in dinosaur bones, along with soft tissues — which puts a burr under the saddle of those who believe in an ancient earth.


The DNA molecule is amazingly complex, and more of its functions and properties are constantly being discovered. Its mind-boggling capabilities give lie to the concept of goo-to-you evolution, and affirm the amazing design of our Creator.
Modified US Army photo of ENIAC, ca. 1946
DNA stores a vast amount of information that is processed in living things, and even has its own repair systems. It's mighty ironic that people who believe that DNA, life, the universe, and everything are the products of chance and random processes want to intelligently design something based on God's handiwork (biomimetics). How about using DNA for data storage?
Living creatures not only contain enormously complex machines, they also contain the ‘instruction manual’ to build these machines—which can be seen as a sort of ‘recipe book’ programmed on DNA, the famous ‘double helix’ molecule (deoxyribonucleic acid). In many articles and books, we have pointed out two of its remarkable features:
1. Huge information storage capacity dwarfing that of the most advanced computer hardware.
2. Surprising chemical instability.
Now some recent high-tech experiments on information storage have further vindicated our articles.
To finish reading, click on "DNA: the best information storage system". 
   

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