¿Diseño Inteligente? Sin duda. Nuestro genoma es una prueba de ello.

“Signature in the Cell”, sin lugar a dudas supone un cambio radical en la ciencia del siglo XXI. Nuestro propio orígen encierra misterios que no se explican a la luz de la teoría del orígen de las especies de Darwin. La cuestión es. ¿Por qué la ciencia divulgativa insiste en no reconocer este nuevo paradigma?. El Dr. Stephen Meyer, esta vez, demuestra sin lugar a dudas que no somos fruto de una evolución caótica. Al igual que una obra científica lleva intrínsecamente garabado su código propietario, como si de  un sofisticado software que va mucho más allá de lo inteligible se tratara, nuestro código fuente genético, implica sin duda, una programación procedente de una  inteligencia maestra. Esa creatividad cósmica,  definitivamente no puede ser fruto del azar. La casualidad evolutiva no explica la conciencia colectiva global que nos vincula al universo, como tampoco la selección natural explica lo que somos, lo que seremos y lo que fuimos. No puede haber ciencia si prescindimos de la teoría del diseño inteligente. 

Por fin la cordura llegó a la comunidad científica. Desde el “Big Bang” a la mitocondria así como el resto de los seres vivos, el ADN esconde la mayor de las evidencias: El orígen del Universo no es casual, sino que obedece a la más perfecta de las programaciones jamás ideada.

La microbiología experimentará un giro de 180º tras el legado del Dr. Meyer, pues abre las puertas a un ilimitado campo de investigación, necesario para evolucionar y substituir al Darwinismo. Este cambio, supone para la ciencia un cambio semejante al operado en los tiempos de Galileo.

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¿Darwin o Genoma Extraterrestre?. La probabilidad de que el genoma humano esté emparentada con sus ancestros homínidos es de 1 entre 40.000

Genoma humano.

Genoma humano.

El genoma humano, esconde un incómodo misterio. 

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After sixteen years and the hard work of 2,800 scientists around the world, there are some answers and surprises.

First, if you think of the human body as a book, then all of the pages and text together are the genome. The word was coined from genes and chromosomes. The DNA in every cell contains the whole book about how to make a human body.

The “words” in each genome “book” are the genes. The Human Genome Project expected to find at least 100,000 genes were necessary to create a human body. But one of the big surprises is the number of genes is only about 22,000, less than several other Earth creatures, especially plants – which have as many as 40,000 genes.

The main reason for the smaller number of genes than expected is that human genes are capable of multi-tasking the production of proteins. You might say the human genome book has a more advanced text, but it still takes 3 billion letters to write out those 22,000 words.

Now we come to the current main problem in the Human Genome Project: what is the punctuation in a string of 3 billion letters? Scientists have learned some sentence fragments, but do not know full sentences. That could take at least another decade to figure out how all those letters and words make our bodies work.

Another big puzzle is that inside some of the 22,000 genome “words” are strings of repeating “letters.” Imagine seeing a hundred letter g’s together and not having a clue why they are there. Scientists call long strings of repeating letters “non-coding sequences,” or “junk DNA.” Strangely, there is a lot of junk DNA in the human DNA molecule.”

John McPherson, Ph.D.,  Baylor College of Medicine.

En palabras de Chang:

A group of researchers working at the Human Genome Project indicate that they made an astonishing scientific discovery: They believe so-called 97% non-coding sequences in human DNA is no less than genetic code of extraterrestrial life forms.

The non-coding sequences are common to all living organisms on Earth, from moulds to fish to humans. In human DNA, they constitute larger part of the total genome, says Prof. Sam Chang, the group leader. Non-coding sequences, originally known as “junk DNA“, were discovered years ago, and their function remained a mystery. The overwhelming majority of Human DNA is “Off-world” in origin. The apparent “extraterrestrial junk genes” merely “enjoy the ride” with hard working active genes, passed from generation to generation.

Lecturas recomendadas:

http://www.jsbi.org/journal/GIW00/GIW00P113.pdf

Directed Panspermia,” Icarus, International Journal of Solar System Studies, Vol. 19, No. 3, July 1973 by F. H.C. Crick and L. E. Orgel, © 1973 Academic Press, Inc

National Human Genome Research Institute: http://www.genome.gov/

Dept. of Energy: http://www.ornl.gov/sci/techresources/Human_Genome/home.shtml

Nat’l. Institutes of Health: http://www.genome.gov/10001772

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