You lack a sufficient overview of the process to know what you are professing.<quoted text>
Um, no there doesn't. The brain develops it's "code," it is more accurate to say "language" really, as it learns. The only part that was defined by genetic where how the nerves were wired for it to receive the input, that's it. This is the reason why when infants get hurt they just cry, but when an older child gets hurt they stop doing it, the brain has to learn what does what and what means what before it can actually do anything more than basic functions. You heart is actually the only real automated system, everything else is learned.
Try creating the material architecture that will accept the code you now write. It is all much more complicated than you are capable of understanding now. There is a lot more to it than just translating it into machine language.