Junk for Brains
|September 24, 2012||Posted by PaV under Intelligent Design|
We all know that Darwinists have junk for brains [ 😉 ]and this proves it.
It appears that “long non-coding” RNA’s (lncRNA) play a role in the brain’s pineal gland, which is involved in circadian rhythms and such. This ‘junkiest’ of junk functions in activating, blocking or altering the activity of genes or influencing the function of the proteins, or acting as scaffolds for the organization of complexes of proteins.
Here’s a quote from the senior author:
“These lncRNAs come from areas of the genome that we thought were quiet, . . . “But current research in the field makes it unequivocally clear that the information-carrying capacity of the genome is a lot greater than we realized previously.”
Ah, yes, “junk-DNA”—here, the ‘junkiest’ of “junk-DNA”—has a function. One less argument for the Darwinists; one feather in the cap of IDers.
Another day; another bad day for Darwinists.