If it works it is worthy..
ATTTGAGCGGTGTTGTTATAGTGA OH CRAP bring back the years of Biology I
This would be cool if it worked. But it doesn't. Mainly because the genetic code doesn't use all of the letters of the alphabet (J,O and U are unused, X can mean anything and B/Z have duel meanings) but also because the person who programmed it got the bases wrong, so it just produces jibberish. This is also ignoring the fact that DNA is double-stranded so you need to know which strand the code is producing to determine the direction to read it in. I'm aware I'm being picky. I'm a biochemistry geek. I got excited for about 3 seconds until I realised it couldn't possibly work and then felt let down.
Compared to proteins, the "sentences" in the language of life, any wondrous novel written in any human language is squalidly easy. Even somehow geeky, this tool made me think about the wonderful simplicity and beauty of nature's "mother tongue" again.
genetics is boring
One of my favourite genes decoded is:
E5YI1bSi3RF54W63FIFcDty3hhLScCYHsDzKW1YaWaiaWIb5GsGkF2jH5hCg%UXJECJdUb3JrfwsSDlYvFhXyHCXXJH68WXvgFdThGd%1YbSgbkRei1A%eqe%cN ZYaVr9ckiZVs2AMnaljWVh GAY1ieZTtvYEDMJ%VW0%aYd09F6THlZxUOf34ZJHRBYBcz3dVclbC9Wb6sL4h62ZlLr61hlVEo
Converts messages into DNA form