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[RT] World on a string: DNA to be used for data storage

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"We already know that DNA is a robust way to store information because we can extract it from bones of woolly mammoths, which date back tens of thousands of years, and make sense of it," says study co-author Nick Goldman of the EBI.

“It’s also incredibly small, dense and does not need any power for storage, so shipping and keeping it is easy,” he continued.


Wow, maybe they will inject a blood processor in us next to store that data in our bloodstream, and then make it mandatory by law only to find out 40 years later is a secret way to infect people with viruses to make them go to the doctors office...

WHO KNOWS WHAT'S NEXT... biggrin.gif
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