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The '''algorithms and information processing in biology''' are more sophisticated than anything made by a human [[software engineer]].<ref>[http://www.evolutionnews.org/2005/11/minnich_vs_harvey_the_witness001301.html#more Casey Luskin ''"Minnich vs Harvey: "The witness is smarter than the lawyer"''], 5 Dec 2005</ref>
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  • It has been proposed that this page, Algorithms and information processing in biology, be titled, "Template:Algorithms and information processing in biology".

The algorithms and information processing in biology are more sophisticated than anything made by a human software engineer.[1]

References

  1. Casey Luskin "Minnich vs Harvey: "The witness is smarter than the lawyer", 5 Dec 2005