Bible code in DNA?

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  1. Debi

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    Sep 16, 2013
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    BREAKING NEWS – Ancient Aramaic Language Found in DNA – Bible Verses Being Repeated | Prophezine

    W.I.T. scientists, working with the Human Genome Project along with Bob Jones University, have made an amazing discovery of this, or any generation.
    Absolute undeniable proof that we are God’s Creation and that God does in fact exist.
    What they discovered was God’s Word written within the human DNA sequence and believe it or not, in ancient Aramaic.
    While the team was working to try to understand and map what is called “Junk DNA” (they call it junk for their lack of that DNA’s known function), they noted that it really wasn’t mapping for biological functions, BUT it strongly resembled the similarity to patterns found in human language.
    The team then contacted linguists and philologists at Bob Jones University and they together with W.I.T set out to decode and analyze areas of Transposons and Retrotransposons which seemed to contain the patterns found in human language.
    Linguistic professors at Bob Jones University, long noted for its intellectual rigor, began to attempt to translate the decoded segments that W.I.T. was providing.
    The structures and patterns were notably and demonstrably human in nature.

    There was in fact a coded language found. This language used a sequence of 28 independent values which fell easily into the range of known alphabet.
    The professors were rocked with sheer awe when they found that one existent language, and one language alone, was a direct translatable match for the sequential DNA strands.
    That language was ancient Aramaic, the same language spoken by those in the bible.
    The scientists started to translate the code found within the human genome and found that parts of the script it contained were remarkably close to verses found in God’s Word, The Bible.
    For example in human gene PYGB, Phosporomylase Glycogen, a non-coding transposon, holds a linguistic sequence that translates to “At first break of day, God formed sky and land.”
    This basically is stating the very first verse of the bible found in Genesis 1:1
    “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.”

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  2. NobleHouse

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    An interesting made me think...the one sentence I disagreed said:
    This sort of study has the potential to literally destroy the proponents of evolution and destroy that theory completely.
    I think not. Fact does not always trump political correctness.
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  3. Lynne

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    Oct 4, 2015
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    Ive read about this before. Although faith does not need proof, its always fun to see evidences. I hope we find the Ark!!
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  4. The Doctor

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    Jul 19, 2015
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    Read all the way to the end of the article, please.

    In addition, the article defines "junk DNA" in a wholly inaccurate way. It is not really junk at all, it merely does not seem to code for proteins. The nucleotides of "junk DNA" can code for segments of transfer RNA (carries amino acids to messenger RNA during transcription), regulatory RNA (controls cellular differentiation and developmental processes), ribosomal RNA (functional units of ribosomes (organelles which synthesize proteins) which is involved in the synthesis of proteins), start and stop codons (short sequences which delineate where protein sequences start and stop in DNA), scaffold/matrix attachment regions (where the nuclear matrix seems to adhere to DNA to stabilize its position)... the list of structures goes on and on.
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  5. Paintman

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    Jul 24, 2015
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    I like you The Doctor. When we read your comments, do we earn 3 credit hours?:)
    Here is an update from the link:
    Dr. Georgia Purdom at AIG wrote this: A Message from God in Our Genes?
    main paragraph:“I knew it was a hoax fairly quickly because although BJU teaches biblical creation, they don’t have a department of applied creation sciences. In addition, it has been my experience that secular scientists (like those supposedly working at WIT) don’t typically collaborate with creation scientists. Also, from a scientific standpoint, there is no way to translate the code in DNA into ancient Aramaic—there’s no Rosetta Stone for this!”
    Now I also know we have not heard more about this find.
    BUT, DNA is so complex and man still does not know even a small percentage of what DNA really holds. I have to honestly say that can’t say that I don’t disbelieve it 100%!
    The issue is that because DNA is so complex, we just haven’t proven that there isn’t something there."
    My 3 points:

    Science seeks answers to the grandest religious questions. "look inside the mind of God" stuff.
    Coming from a perspective, or world-view, that science &
    religion is a heck of a lot more complex than we humans will ever fathom , I'm comfortable with mystery. On the other side of the coin, mankind keeps searching for answers - and that is cool. Like the Sisyphus story.:)
    #5 Paintman, May 15, 2016
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