Biological Cell factories point overwhelmingly to set up by intelligent designhttps://reasonandscience.catsboard.com/t1279p75-abiogenesis-is-mathematically-impossible#7761
- factory portals
with fully automated security checkpoints and control ( membrane proteins )
- factory compartments
( organelles )
- a library index and fully automated information classification, storage, and retrieval program
( chromosomes, and the gene regulatory network )
- molecular computers, hardware
( DNA )
- software, a language using signs and codes like the alphabet, an instructional blueprint,
( the genetic and over a dozen epigenetic codes )
- information retrieval
( RNA polymerase )
( messenger RNA )
( Ribosome )
( hormones )
- complex machines
( proteins )
( dynein, kinesin, transport vesicles )
- molecular highways
( tubulins, used by dynein and kinesin proteins for molecular transport to various destinations )
- tagging programs
( each protein has a tag, which is an amino acid sequence ) informing other molecular transport machines where to transport them.
- factory assembly lines
( fatty acid synthase, non-ribosomal peptide synthase )
- error check and repair systems
( exonucleolytic proofreading, strand-directed mismatch repair )
- recycling methods
( endocytic recycling )
- waste grinders and management
( Proteasome Garbage Grinders )
- power generating plants
( mitochondria )
- power turbines
( ATP synthase )
- electric circuits
( the metabolic network )
1. Factory portals - factory compartments - a library index and fully automated information classification systems, storage and retrieval programs - molecular computers - hardware ( DNA )- software, a language using signs and codes like the alphabet, an instructional blueprint - information retrieval - transmission - translation - signaling - the make of complex machines - taxis - transport highways - tagging programs - factory assembly lines - error check and repair systems - recycling methods - waste grinders and management - power generating plants - power turbines - electric circuits - machines - robots - fully automated manufacturing production lines - transport carriers - turbines - transistors - computers - and factories are always set up by intelligent designers.2. Science has discovered, that cells are literally chemical nano factories, that operate based on molecular machines, protein robots, kinesin protein carriers, autonomous self-regulated production lines, generate energy through turbines, neuron transistors, and computers.3. Therefore, with extremely high probability, cell factory complexes containing all those things are the product of an intelligent designer.Engineering requires an engineer.
An artificial cell or minimal cell is an engineered particle that mimics one or many functions of a biological cell. Mimicking a living cell requires engineers. 1 Architecture requires an architect.
Biological Cells demonstrate a complex architectural structure like a factory complex in a building 2Orchestration requires a director. Gene regulatory networks orchestrate the expression of genes 3Organization requires an organizer.
Cells are organized into tissues, which are organized into organs, which are organized into organ systems 4Programming languages are always set up by programmers.
Genes together form the master DNA program 5Translation programs are always set up by translation programmers. 64 Codons of the genetic code are assigned to 20 amino acids during translation in the Ribosome.
6 Communication systems require network engineers. C
ells give and receive messages with its environment and with itself. 7Electrical networks require electrical engineers.
Biological cells contain bioelectric circuits 8Logistics require a logistic specialist.
The cytoskeleton and microtubules serve as tracks for motor protein-based intracellular transport 9Modular organization requires a modular project manager.
Proteins and protein complexes organize intracellular interactions into networks of modules 10Setting up recycling systems require a recycling technician.
Cells sort out usable proteins for recycling 11Setting up power plants requires systems engineers of power plants.
Mitochondria are unusual organelles. They act as the power plants of the cell 12Nanoscale technology requires nano processes, development engineers.
Living systems use biological nanomotors to build life’s essential molecules—such as DNA and proteins 13Product planning and control require a production control coordinator
. Eukaryotic cells have intricate regulatory control over the production of proteins and their RNA intermediates. 14Product Quantity and Variant Flexibility control require product management engineers.
Cells are extremely good at making products with high robustness, flexibility, and efficiency. 15Waste disposal and management require a waste logistics manager.
Cells use proteasomes as "garbage disposal," 16Creating a language requires intelligence.
Cells use a remarkable variety of languages and communication methods 17Creating Instructional information requires intelligent specialists.
Soluble cues, cell-cell contact-dependent signals coordinate, encode and transmit regulatory information to instruct single-cell behavior18 Coordination requires a coordinator.
Circadian clocks are cell-autonomous timing mechanisms that organize and coordinate cell functions in a 24-h periodicity.19Setting up strategies requires a strategist.
Cells use strategies to minimize energy consumption, by employing a number of common metabolic pathways for a variety of intermediate products before the pathway splits into different final products. 20Regulation requires a regulator.
Regulatory circuits responsible for the function of individual genes or gene sets are at the lowest regulatory level. Then, there are circuits underlying the functions of cells, tissues, organs, and entire organisms. Endocrine and nervous systems are the regulatory circuits of the highest hierarchical level. 21Controlling requires intelligence that sets up and programs the automatic control functions.
Various cell cycle regulators control the Cell Cycle. 22Recruiting requires intelligence which instructs autonomous programs how to do it. Proteins are for example recruited to fix DNA lesions. 23Interpretation and response require intelligence which creates an interpretation program.
Cells monitor, interpret and respond to internal and external cues. 24Setting up switch mechanisms based on logic gates with on and off states require intelligent setup.
DNA binding proteins work based on circuit principles and logic gates 25Setting up transport highways requires Transportation Development engineers.
Microtubules can act as specific transport roads for the trafficking of signaling factors 26Controlled factory implosion programming requires an Explosive Safety Specialist.
Apoptosis is a form of programmed cell death that occurs in multicellular organisms. 27
Actions like engineering, architecting, orchestrating, organizing, programming, translating, setting up communication channels, electric networks, logistic networks, organizing modular systems, recycling systems, making power plants in nanoscale dimensions, product planning and control, establishing product quality and variant flexibility, setting up waste disposal and management systems, creating languages and instructional information, coordinating, setting up strategies, regulating, controlling, recruiting, interpreting and responding, setting up switch mechanisms based on logic gates, setting up transport highways and GPS systems, and controlled factory implosion, are ALWAYS and EXCLUSIVELY assigned to the action of intelligent agents. No exceptions
We can conclude, therefore, that biological systems, which cleverly perform all the demanding, multifaceted job activities described above, are most likely due to the set up of an intelligent designer(s). It is extraordinarily unlikely, statistically, and chemically, that blind fortune would be up to the task. Only a master player with foresight guided by superb chemical wisdom, putting all those systems together in a proper way is an explanation that makes sense.