In article <71cqlh$gol at ux.cs.niu.edu>, rickert at cs.niu.edu (Neil Rickert) wrote:
>"Ray Scanlon" <rscanlon at wsg.net> writes:
>>>Of course, the environment is part of the equation, I never said or thought
>>otherwise. With a specific person, we may speculate on the relative
>>importance of DNA versus environment and that too is interesting. I do take
>>exception when people say that the brain is fundamentally different from the
>>pancreas, that DNA does not construct both.
>>The DNA does not construct either the pancreas or the brain. DNA is
>a set of specifications for making proteins. A blueprint does not
>construct a house or anything else, but carpenters and bricklayers
>may use the blueprint in carrying out their construction. DNA
>doesn't construct anything. The machinery of the living cell
>constructs, and uses the DNA in the construction.
That so called scientist is just simply dumb.
To make an assertion that DNA constructs, you must
have about 4 active neurons on line.
That is just a pure obscenity of a scientific statement.
Utter confusion as to the very location of the ass.