[In response to asking how genes 'know' what to do and being told "Physics, more specifically chemistry, even more specifically biochemistry. In other words, it's just the way matter works."]
oh, well that explains it. Right....it's just the way it is. Matter does intelligent things for no reason.....if this is the religion that helps you guys sleep at night, then more power to you.
Just curious though....what makes you think genes aren't broken down into millions of sub-parts....and how do all the sub-parts know what to do?...what makes them all stick together to form a gene?...what if some of them don't care to play along?.....do these subparts make their own decisions too? In fact, you could just keep getting smaller and smaller and smaller unil the physical completely disappears, yet the wave (or field, or whatever's left) still somehow knows what to do.
Guzman (AKA Supersport), Rants & Raves 47 Comments
[2/26/2008 12:03:24 PM]
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