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in reply to RFC: Is the Bible encoded in DNA?

Your enterprise makes total sense to me, apart from the fact that you assume that he used the beginning of the bible as his signature.

This I believe is wrong.

The signature to look out for is "yaph".

Also it would not be unreasonable to assume that beside his signature god has left some code-examples in the divine programming language he used to create the heaven and the earth.

To locate these search for occurances of "use strict".

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Re^2: RFC: Is the Bible encoded in DNA?
by AnomalousMonk (Bishop) on May 14, 2018 at 13:51 UTC
    ... search for occurances of "use strict".

    Don't forget the semicolon at the end:  use strict; The divine code won't compile otherwise.


    Give a man a fish:  <%-{-{-{-<

      The divine code does compile, it is compiling billions of times every second in every one of your cells. Just a thought.
        If you succeed than that would prove that there actually IS someone to blame for this whole crap.

        Don't forget to file a bug report then and report him to the police.

        Don't let god just walk away from the mess he left behind.

Re^2: RFC: Is the Bible encoded in DNA?
by Anonymous Monk on May 14, 2018 at 13:47 UTC
    beside his signature god has left some code-examples in the divine programming language he used to create the heaven and the earth
    Obligatory XKCD reference.
      DNA is the divine programming language, at least of biological systems.
Re^2: RFC: Is the Bible encoded in DNA?
by wstryder (Novice) on May 14, 2018 at 14:13 UTC
    Yaph is too short, it is not complex enough and it is not specified. The first five verses of Genesis on the other hand are long enough, that is complex enough and they are specified, this is what we are looking for in a signature, complex specified information. Yaph does not cut it.