This is a pretty good example of why a discussion with you is usually a waste of time. Now listen, since I said this same thing before. I am not questioning information theory, nor even whether it applies to DNA. I am almost solidly convinced that you are misapplying it.The concept you are trying to show is evolutionary theory. You have to show how information theory does not apply to data from DNA, not just assert that evolution works.
So you think information theory is impotent in the hyper-simple case where the message can only have two values.It's perfectly understandable. But when you reduce the data down to 1 and 0 you remove most possibility that noise might be found in the data. You're making a fundamental switch from talking about the actual situation which is that DNA is corrupted by random changes to talking about a contrived scenario where all the data is known.
Sure. Show me how the corruption of the brown-fur DNA message into a white-fur message in snow-bond boders degrades the receiver’s genome.perhaps you'll be kind enough to show us how we are wrong. It'd sure beat you just insisting on the idea. :up: