The author, Dean Schulz, an engineer with a PhD in computer science, takes a “bottom up” approach.
The paper is authored by three key scientists in the intelligent design (ID) research program: Ola Hössjer, Günter Bechly, Ann Gauger.
Previously, Dr. Wells showed that embryo development requires information carried by membrane patterns in embryonic cells.
Jonathan Wells explains how biological information is carried in the form of a bioelectric code, and how it differs from the information in DNA.
Biologist Jonathan Wells discusses the “sugar code,” a non-DNA form of information that is determined by patterns of sugar molecules on membrane surfaces.