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Its specification is the fact that the coding areas of DNA are translated into specific proteins. Again, how is this not data?
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If that's how you're going to define 'specification,' then how does this support your conclusion? We know that things like antibiotic resistance can evolve. That is, evolution can produce a new specification.



That begs the question of how bacteria got that ability. The fact that bacteria can evolve resistance says nothing about the origin of the information in its DNA.

Are you agreeing with me now that there is data to deal with?
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