I read it. It is good. I have no background in biochemistry but the site is very good in giving very much information without making my head spin. I'm sure the namegiving helps. It really opens (at least to me) the black box of what kind of processes are needed at a chemical level to support life
I think the scripting part is off though. Specifically on the low level repetition of building blocks. Basically the idea represented is that making the cell wall consists of repeating an exact sequence of attach molecule x. It would mean the cell wall of each cell of an organism (even a species!) would consist of exactly the same number of molecules. Maintenance, for instance cell wall repair would be a bitch. At which repeat of insert molecule x should the script restart to repair a cell. I think it works more along the lines of as long as chemical balance is off (because the cell wall is incomplete or damaged) make and place molecule x. Chemical equilibrium. The author has no problem with the concept at other instances, so why he deviates here is a mystery to me.
On the other hand some scripts will work that way. I have a definite number of ribs, and exactly two eyes