The Information System that programs our bodies

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Dr. Royal Truman, author.

Volume 52, Spring 2016

Source: Cells as Information Processors. Part I: Formal Software Principles Royal Truman* Abstract

"Cells perform millions of Boolean logic operations every second using multiple independent codes with stringent formal rules instantiated on DNA, RNA, proteins, sugars, and membranes. These codes rely on elementary and concatenated symbols to define variables and values that can be written, deleted, and read from long- and short-term memory".

"Computer and cellular variables are used with control structures such as “GoTo,” subroutine calls, “wait,” and to initiate and terminate iteration loops. They have well-defined data types and allowed operations. Values can be structured in arrays and linked lists.
Although variables are identifiable in cells, logic is executed with out a readable source code, using hardwired biochemical components and inherited molecular machines (MMs). Each code requires unique decoding MMs, and cellular codes interoperate to incorporate details
located throughout the cell to permit holistic correct decisions. Tight integration between these codes is implemented using adaptor biomolecules. DNA, RNA, and proteins are used to define both variables
and values for independent codes, often in overlapping regions. These biomolecules are also needed to create MMs, adaptors, and the rest of the infrastructure".

"Biological research and interpretation
have been dominated by philosophical
naturalism for almost two centuries, es-
pecially when considering the question
of origins.
Deliberate design is often
rejected as unscientific, which leads to
even absurd proposals being entertained
since “something must have happened.”
This is remarkable, since we interact
daily with a world affected by conscious
decision making.
 If we found a com-
puterlike object on Mars, most would
not insist on finding an explanation
limited to deep time, random mutations,
natural selection, chemistry, and physics.
Although it would be possible to also
explain the actions of a chess-playing
program post-facto by tracing a series of
internal mechanistic steps, this explana-
tion would be incomplete. It would fail
to explain the innate ability to anticipate
and solve novel complex problems.
Prokaryote and eukaryote cells
can do far more than a chess-playing
program, being able to solve an astonishing
      variety of unrelated problems"....

Creation Research Society Quarterly
2016. 52:275–308.
* Dr. Royal Truman, Mannheim, Germany,
Accepted for publication April 22, 2016
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