Another fascinating aspect of DNA was recently discovered. It has to do with music. The kind of person who likes music but says he can't carry a tune may be wrong. A respected geneticist, Susumo Ono, claims he's discovered music in human genes, fish genes and rabbit genes. Susumo Ono, is a researcher in DNA. He wondered what DNA would sound like if each chemical on the DNA strand was assigned a musical note and those notes strung together and played. He discovered something amazing. Musical patterns of notes, that reveal intelligence. Musicians are astonished to hear echoes of Bach, of Schubert, of Mozart in DNA music. Using the same formula for converting DNA into music, Dr. Ono worked backwards and translated Chopin's funeral march into chemical symbols. It came out cancer! Skeptics point out these strings of DNA produce only a string of single notes; it is the musicians who fill in the rhythm and the harmony. But any way one looks at it, the patterns of single notes testify to intelligence and not a blind random force in nature as the source of DNA.
Bell Laboratories have done studies on the mathematical language in the DNA molecule and have found that- its mathematical pattern is identical to that of conversational language. Since there is no doubt in anyones mind it takes intelligence to write a language, it is obvious it took intelligence to write the DNA code.
One incredible process performed by the cell is the formation of new cells. This process requires the entire DNA library of information contained in 1,000 volumes each with 500 pages, to be duplicated. The cell reads itself and then reproduces itself, it does the duplication in about 20 minutes. Try that and do it without mistakes.