Code as an Analogy of DNA?

Science

(Dale Cutler) #362

I will freely admit that I have failed. :slightly_smiling_face:


(John Harshman) #363

True, in more ways than you realize. Most of your irony is unintended.


(Dale Cutler) #364

And you don’t get more than you know.


(Dale Cutler) #365

Aargh. And I just returned insult for insult. Again.


(John Harshman) #366

It’s your chief argument. Don’t throw it away now.


(Dale Cutler) #367

:stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

It’s a major strongpoint of yours, as well – don’t deny it. :wink:


(John Harshman) #368

See? It’s the “I know you are, but what am I?” defense.


(Dale Cutler) #369

At least we’re consistent. (…not a good thing, in context.)


(Dan Eastwood) #370

Settle down, boys, or I’ll turn you into newts!


#371

The press has often been guilty of misrepresenting all non-coding DNA as junk DNA, even though these are different concepts and not considered equivalent in the very studies they reference. All junk DNA is non-coding DNA, but not all non-coding DNA is junk DNA.


(Timothy Horton) #372

They’ll get better. :slightly_smiling_face:


(George) #373

Who can best relate the topic of “codes” to the Joshua’s work?

Im having a problem seeing the connection.