posted on Jan, 24 2013 @ 04:09 PM
The real question is how much useful information can be stored in living beings without causing negative side effects in their development? The next
question is whether or not an interface between stored data and the biological and neurological thought processes can be generated. In other words,
can genetic memory or training be transmitted? Can a spy agency store a data file in a cloned house cat and transport it across the border? Can a
child be born with an innate access to logarithmic tables, trigonometric functions, or awareness of the geometric relationships in the periodic table?
Can the history of a species be perpetuated from generation to generation?
After all, DNA is just organic material and a building technique, like plastics, one should not be impressed that it can store material anymore than
silicon. But if it can interface with a living being, then the world is on to something.