Animation of our RNA at work
|September 1, 2013||Posted by News under Genomics, Video, 'Junk DNA', News|
slicing, dicing, and splicing
in order to remove the non-coding introns and just keep the coding exons:
Official non-mobile chyron from the Darwin lobby: What you are seeing above is a random, undesigned, and undirected process. It only looks otherwise. And by the way, those non-coding introns are just junk. Never mind what ENCODE says; if they aren’t just junk, [their theory about]“Evolution is wrong.” Okay, if you say so, but … ‘scuse us, gotta go.