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File2DNA.zip - Chuck Mire 0 /10
File2DNA & DNA2File was originally written by thinking in analogous comparisons between digital files and biological organisms: An organism (file) is an entity defined by its cells (bytes). These cells (bytes) are made of protein molecules (two nibbles) that define its structure (data). If the protein molecules (two nibbles) are successfully mutated (encrypted), then a different organism (file) is defined.(written). To read the definition of an organism (file) into the four-letter alphabetic code of DNA (GCAT), it must be sequenced (File2DNA.exe). Unlike the science that deals with organisms, the DNA sequence of a file created by File2DNA.exe can be reversed using DNA2File.exe to create the original file (organism) or an encrypted version of the file (mutated organism) by using DNA2File.exe with a `controlled mutation factor' and a `mutation offset'. Furthermore, if the original file (organism) is sequenced with a `controlled mutation factor' and a `mutation offset' using File2DNA.exe, the DNA sequence generated will also convert to an encrypted version of the original file (mutated organism) by using DNA2File.exe without any `controlled mutation factor. File2DNA.pdf is also included which further explains the two programs. With scientific advances in synthetic DNA this year, an analogy is no longer necessary. The book, "Regenesis", was first transcribed into artifical DNA with 70 billion copies stored in a vial; and then published on October 2, 2012 in printed form. See http://wyss.harvard.edu/viewpressrelease/93/ and http://www.amazon.com/Regenesis-Synthetic-Biology- Reinvent-Ourselves/dp/0465021751
Source included - QuickBASIC 7.1 - 88.12 KB - 814 downloads


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