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    Scientists successfully store data in DNA


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    Re: Scientists successfully store data in DNA

    Screw buying flash drives in the future! "Uh boss....screw buying a data server...let's just purchase some DNA."



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    Re: Scientists successfully store data in DNA

    I can't even process how this works, but it sounds cool.



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    Re: Scientists successfully store data in DNA

    I stored some DNA in a scientist once. Actually, she was a biologist. Does that count?



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    Re: Scientists successfully store data in DNA

    Quote Originally Posted by CyOps View Post
    I stored some DNA in a scientist once. Actually, she was a biologist. Does that count?
    Before you met, "She" knew a really good surgeon, and her biology wasn't quite what you thought it was.



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    Re: Scientists successfully store data in DNA

    Quote Originally Posted by klamath632 View Post
    Before you met, "She" knew a really good surgeon, and her biology wasn't quite what you thought it was.
    i get it!! She was a dude!


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    Re: Scientists successfully store data in DNA

    Quote Originally Posted by Cycl1 View Post
    i get it!! She was a dude!



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    Re: Scientists successfully store data in DNA

    Quote Originally Posted by klamath632 View Post
    Before you met, "She" knew a really good surgeon, and her biology wasn't quite what you thought it was.
    I was suspicious about the facial hair.



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    Re: Scientists successfully store data in DNA

    Quote Originally Posted by CyOps View Post
    I was suspicious about the facial hair.
    if she says "she forgot to wax", she's lying. She a MAN.



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    Re: Scientists successfully store data in DNA

    Cool stuff for sure. I remember some of my profs talking about it a decade a go. Maybe enzymes will become the next big terrorist attack.



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