Here is Ball’s proposed rule for molecular biologists: “stop assuming,” he writes, “we know which parts of DNA matter and which don’t.”
Unfortunately, despite the importance of this “absolutely critical” organ, some are still intent upon retaining evolutionary interpretations.
The junk DNA paradigm may have caused us to miss the precise DNA that helps makes a species unique.
RNA genes have many functions but a large proportion entail gene regulation-related functions that fall within the category of epigenetics.
Natural selection can’t work until there is something functional enough to select, and without guidance it cannot happen.