- Brian Crowley
- Los Angeles, CA
- United States
What all can be done with this program?
This was quite the presentation, though I myself am just getting around to actually seeing it. The idea for that prototype bacteria program was really intriguing to say the very least. Was actually wondering what all the actual program would allow you to do. Like does it let you watch it (the bacteria) evolve over a certain period of time? Can you watch the stages of its growth first hand? Does it take note of what is being ingested by your bacteria, and how that can actually have some sort of role as to why it came out the way it did?? Could you speed up the evolution somehow to see what is to come in the future, and some how have a full DNA structure of the future organism?? Is there a way you can actually upload physical data from any organism, break it down into the 500,000 letter digital code he was talking about, and upload that to the program to use as a "template"? So many questions I have For this program, cant think of them all at the moment. But I can't wait till there is a beta release version of this program. Hopefully for both MAC and Windows users... please. That is all for now.