CLONING LILITH

posted 19th Feb 2015, 3:03 AM

CLONING LILITH
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19th Feb 2015, 5:22 AM

Lee M

They say curiosity killed the cat. Unfortunately more often than not it was a human's curiosity that killed it.

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20th Feb 2015, 4:34 AM

typhon36

Everyone from Fred Hoyle to Crichton going right back have supposed some kind of 'collective memory' or 'shared memory' in their stories. Some have even proposed a 'bank of life' or some kind of machine/computer based 'store of living memories/experience'device so to share someone long dead's memories isn't that wild a concept.

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20th Feb 2015, 6:54 AM

lorddarke

typhon36- I agree with you, it's a fascinating idea. The only way I've used it is with the "talking rings" idea. The bees discover some of the rings actually have downloaded personalitys of the "oomans" on them, including Lilith!. (This will be in a story arc down the line.) Ed.

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20th Feb 2015, 11:11 AM

typhon36

Very glad to hear it, Ed.

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20th Feb 2015, 7:18 PM

Lee M

By the way, Ed, don't forget to add these strips to the Dill's Q&A index.

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20th Feb 2015, 8:11 PM

lorddarke

Thanks Lee, They will be, as soon as Kimber can get around to it.

Ed.

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25th Feb 2015, 1:45 AM

CyberSkull

Does the imperative against genetic self-modification extend to repairs? For example, cystic fibrosis is caused by a broken base pair. Would a genetic modification to insert the missing 'letter' back in be acceptable, or is that too far?

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