Their results were published in Nature magazine in the 50's. You can probably find it in a large library. Again, this is basic stuff - common knowledge that is disseminated in high school biology class.
Then it should be easy for you to supply a reference to "They realized (and publicized) that there is no chemical force that influences the sequence of the 4 bases on the helix. It is completely independent of chemistry" rather than "go to the library". At least a citation of the actual paper and a link to the abstract (see this search.. which one do you mean?)
But since it's so widely disseminated you should be able to provide a link to some more accessible source.
Since you are obviously just parroting cr*p you've gleaned from other ignorant creationsits, you won't do either.
The code found in the nucleic acid base-pairs is pure information, TRANSMITTED BY MEANS OF CHEMISTRY. I was wrong to suggest that chemistry is not involved. My mistake.
So you acknowledge that "...there is no chemical force that influences the sequence of the 4 bases on the helix. It is completely independent of chemistry" is BS, while at the same time saying it's "...basic stuff - common knowledge that is disseminated in high school biology class". Boy are you confused.
OK, moving on, define "pure information" and demonstrate that DNA contains it and that no natural process can produce it. As if...