05 Mar 2017

DNA Data Storage of Movies Inside the Human Body Stranger than Fiction

DNA Data Storage of Movies Inside the Human Body Stranger than Fiction

According to recent statistics, 5.4 zettabytes (4.4 trillion gigabytes) of digital data, circulating and available worldwide, had been created by 2015, and it will boost to 54 zettabytes (ZB) by 2020.

So are we saying you can upload digital data into the body? YES… but not without consequences.

Trans-humanism is a religion unto itself, being so technologically advanced to believe that we have the authority and power to tamper and alter the genetics, or ‘genes of isis / genesis’ of our existence.

Yes, this is what is referred to as ‘The Book of Life’, and in the very end of the Bible, what does it say? DO NOT ADD OR SUBTRACT from the words of this Book!!

The Book of Life is our genetic code, and as in the days of old before Noah’s flood, there were the famed beasts of legend … like the Minotaur, Medusa, and other half men/half beast creatures from apparent genetic experimentation and mutations… so back to the discovery …

How Did the Researchers Store Digital Data on DNA?

Calling their process a “DNA Fountain,” the researchers first compressed all the data into a single master archive and split it into short strings of binary digits, made up of ones and zeros.

Next, the duo used an “erasure-correcting algorithm called fountain codes” to randomly packaged the strings into droplets. Each droplet contains a barcode in the sequence that helped the researchers reassembling the file.

The researchers then “mapped the ones and zeros in each droplet to the four nucleotide bases in DNA: A, G, C and T,” and ended up with a digital list of 72,000 DNA strands that contained the encoded data.

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