So let me restate my initial claim a little more clearly:
Uh. Yes. The codes in DNA do use the symbols G, A, T and C. The code in DNA makes no use of chemistry. Chemistry is not responsible for the sequencing of DNA, any more than it is responsible for why ink sticks to paper. The laws of physics and chemistry are redundant. The code in DNA uses four symbols to convey meaningful messages: G, A, T, and C, just as English uses 26 symbols to convey meaningful messages: A, B....X, Y, Z.
The codes that give DNA meaning transcend simple, redundant chemistry.
So now challenge me with facts and theory, instead of meaningless links to things I have been studying since the '90s.
And don't call me names either. It just makes you look stupid.
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