All Information is Processed as Language – Even in Genomes
“A new study from Karolinska Institutet shows that the ‘grammar’ of the human genetic code is more complex than that of even the most intricately constructed spoken languages in the world.”
Where there is information, there is language to communicate the information. And where there is language to communicate, there is grammar to control the communication for consistent meaning. “Complex encoded information with syntax, grammar, structure, and rules are required to run complex systems.”
Most human languages are reasonably simple. The characters and pronunciation may be difficult (Chinese), but they all follow the rules of subject-verb and modifying clauses. The new research study was published recently in the journal Nature. What makes Genome language grammar difficult is that information is given in both directions – forward and reverse, left to right and right to left. Start at the beginning or start at the end. Then you have code overlap and three-dimensional code. Talk about mind-boggling grammar rules!