Vijay Babu Jayaraj

IT Analyst, Tata Consultancy Services Limited
Chennai, India

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Vijay Babu Jayaraj
Posted about 3 years ago
Artificially cascading knowledge from generation to generations through genes.
Hi Don, today we haven't fully understood the genes. We do not know whether there is space in genes to add more information. I think understanding the genes, having a complete control over them and to find ways to manipulate them to get the expected result of what we want might take more than 200-300 years, and who knows, what i have wished for might be the very need of mankind. Please share your idea of what the human need might be after 300 years in the below link: http://www.ted.com/conversations/5369/what_might_be_the_human_needs.html
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Vijay Babu Jayaraj
Posted about 3 years ago
Artificially cascading knowledge from generation to generations through genes.
Thanks Matthieu, but nothing is pointless unless we dont get any value out of it. Be it, there are various other effective ways of recording information, but there is nothing wrong in trying differently. Haven't we started to search for valuable minerals in other planets although we haven't exhaustively searched on our own? We need not have to compare a DNA with a computer, but atleast let us understand them in the way they are. You may be right in saying that environment plays a role in the development of the brain, but i am afraid it has no role on the instinct one experiences. Even if it is, it is not yet been proved. You know that nothing is going to be tested on humans directly. Yes, it is a matter to be debated on ethics and morals, so were many scientific inventions at the time of their invention. I do agree with you on one point that it is a gargantuan process but let us not get intimidated by that.
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Vijay Babu Jayaraj
Posted about 3 years ago
Can you feel the time?
I think there is a clock inside everyone's mind. It registers the time along with what you see or imagine in your brain, that is why you are able to recollect things in right order. Sometimes it acts as alarm clock too. I have experienced many a times to wake up just few seconds before my alarm clock rings. This is just my theory.