The Digital Code of DNA

Genes are Digital Information
"Two features of DNA structure account for much of its remarkable impact on science: its digital nature and its complementarity, whereby one strand of the helix binds perfectly with its partner. DNA has two types of digital information — the genes that encode proteins, which are the molecular machines of life, and the gene regulatory networks that specify the behavior of the genes."

"Any living cell carries with it the experiences of a billion years of experimentation by its ancestors." Max Delbruck, 1949.
(Read More) about the Digital Code of DNA from Nature 421, 444-448 (23 January 2003)

Also check out my Stream of Consciousness titled Man as Machine