As a molecular geneticist I stand on a hypothesis that most of
biological phenomena can be explained by deciphering DNA sequence. Decipherment
of DNA sequence must be carried out by a combination of computational analyses
of DNA databases by well-written programs and actual biological functional
assay, such as, viral vector mediated gene-transfer studies or transgenic
studies. My 15 years of career on biomedical research (a lot of sleepless
night) have been devoted to the handling of biological materials (proteins,
DNAs, cultured cells and mice). I agree the conventional biological approach
is a primary method to elucidate biological function. But now I predict that
computational analyses of DNA sequence would yield also as productive as
conventional biological experiments. Here is my conceptual and ambitious
theory. Biological language (genetic code) is very close to the computer's
binary language so that compilation of known words (what does what) would
lead to absolute decipherment of entire language in future. You may have
a chance to enjoy the excitement of Michael Ventris who deciphered Minoan
linear-B script and showed it to be a very archaic form of Greek, dating
from about 1500 to 1200 BC.
Here are examples:
Let's translate the following English language to other languages.
"I love you."
Binary language (Computer's Language)
Quaternary language (Biological Language, genetic code): A demonstrative
translation. It could be "I love you" or "I hate you" or else.
Let's study the basics of electromagnetic waves together.
My progress notes and study guides since Octorber 2005.
Photon's Energy (.PDF)
Photons Generator (.PDF)
Let's study the interaction of electromagnetic waves (photons)
and neuronal electrical activities together.
Direct Reading of Thinking (.PDF)