Joined: Feb. 2006
Textbooks don't have any before-the-fact specifications Joe. They have descriptions of the makeup of proteins that were determined by after-the-fact observations.
You need to show where the specifications were listed first, and then confirmed by observation. Otherwise you're just doing the 'sharpshooter's fallacy' - shooting an arrow anywhere into the side of the barn, then drawing the target around it afterward and claiming a bulls-eye.
Where are the before-the-fact specifications Joe?
JoeG: And by eating the cake you are consuming the information- some stays with you and the rest is waste.