by Larry Moran
Larry Moran is a distinguished professor and a regular contributor to the talk.origins news group. For the most part his contributions are informative and illuminating. Sometimes, however, his puckish sense of humor gets away from him, and the "information" is, er, less than reliable. Consider, for example:
Nope. This whole "human genome" thing is a fake and a fraud. It was staged in some giant studio on an airforce base in Nevada. Most of the sequence was made up by a computer programmer. There are secret messages encoded in the so-called "genes" on chromosome 13 that tell the entire story of the conspiracy. The project was funded by the government and the drug companies in order to prevent scientists from discovering the real DNA sequence.
The computer programmer never took a biology course so she didn't know how many genes to put in the genome. That's why she made up random sequences to fill in the spaces between genes. This is what we now call "junk" DNA. If we knew the real DNA sequence we would see immediately that our genome was designed by someone intelligent. Your government doesn't want you to know that we were created by aliens.
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