Tuesday, October 16, 2018 |
Column: Operation ID —
Topic: ID —
DNA Is Only Part of Life's Multidimensional Design
by Jonathan Wells
A human cell contains two sets of DNA, each consisting of about three billion subunits called "nucleotides." There are four different nucleotides, and they can be arranged in many different ways, so DNA is quite complex. Most of our DNA, however, must be arranged in a very specific way to provide the information a cell uses to make RNAs and proteins. Mathematician William Dembski has called this "complex specified information."1
Complexity (such as we see in a pile of autumn leaves) can arise . . .
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