The book of inspiration

September 7, 2014

Jonathan Gray

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DNA cannot form without pre-existing
protein. But proteins cannot form without pre-existing DNA


No one would be so naïve as to believe modern electronic parity codes could have evolved by
chance. They were carefully planned by software designers.
Could the parity code found in DNA be further evidence that the
genetic code was deliberately created?
DNA is designed to maintain accurate copies and avoid changes
in the information it carries. This means DNA was designed to NOT evolve.

Yet even better, what if you learned that there are some people
now alive who will live to be 200, 300, 600 years old… no,
more than that… some who will live on… and on… in glorious
quality of life… without dying at all. Yes, you are right, it’s
hard to imagine. But there is a good chance that you could
qualify to become one of them.

Did you know that each cell in your body has the
electrical potential of 1.7 volts.

Each cell always “knows”

Were you aware that each and every cell in your body contains
ALL the genetic coding for each of the other cells of your body?
There are instructions in your cells on how to manufacture and
reproduce every different part of your body. The words are set
out in sentences, and paragraphs and chapters.

  • The genes are like sentences.
  • Several genes together make a paragraph.
  • Many paragraphs of gene clusters make a chapter.
  • Many chapters make a book, which we call a chromosome.
  • There are 23 chromosome books to make the whole encyclopedia of instructions.
  • An encyclopedia comprises a complete person.

They are more technical than any man-made computerised
code for making a passenger airliner, for example. They are
more technical than any of the computers on our planet.

The truth is, this DNA code needed someone who knew the
translation and then made a machine to translate it. That
translation machine is included into every cell of your body, as well.

DNA’s information density is 1.9 x 1018 bits per cubic
millimetre – by far the highest density of information
storage known to humans.

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