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  1. Alright, so a few things you need to know when you tackle this question. First is that the neuronal synapse is traveling at 150m/s. And doing this wirelessly is purely looking into electrical synapses to that accord. But you would argue that there is also chemical synapses. So I would argue that whether chemical synapses or electrical synapses constitute the consciousness. And I stick to the eletromagnetic theory of consciousness or purely on the notion of electrical synapses on the voltage gradient. Then you need to argue what memory is and I would say that memory is a form of gene expression by methylation and demethylation result in changes in the location of the synapses to store a memory as interpreted by the consciousness's magnetic field. So then you connect this wireless brain at 150m/s to the rest of the brain whether is series or in parallel. Then the electromagnetic theory of consciousness comes in. Could consciousness incorporate the brain pieces correctly as a magnetic field or can it not.
  2. So I got an external brain piece. It looks like the real brain except it's linked "wirelessly" to my brain. Yes that is what wireless connection is about. This brain piece holds the information about how to drive a helicopter, kind of like Matrix. If I turn on this brain piece and link wirelessly to it, do I automatically knows how to drive a helicopter without learning? And if I turn that brain piece off, do I forget how to drive a helicopter, or does that memory stays? P.S. But be prepared to shutting down parts of the brain
  3. Ya, you got a point. But wouldn't it be kind of messed up getting stuck in a stable time loop with no way out? Ya, the potion has to be timed to reverse aging for 30 years. This is the part I am unsure of. I mean theoretically if you sent the guy back at his age 30 and just erase his memory. Some guy would still show up "in the same time line" but probably not the same self. It's quite confusing when you think about this. It probably means the time line cannot be altered
  4. It's philosophical science. You make the guy, travel back in time, a potion that makes him 30 years younger and lose his memory, and knock out his other self(I'm sure you've seen Peabody) to take his place. Then he is stuck in a loop. He is destined to grow up and get sent back in time when he turns 30.
  5. Here, assuming you have a time machine. You bring a person age 30 back 30 years ago when he was born, knocked out his other consciousness in that world and have him born from age 0 with no memory, you've now completed a loop. The guy will forever grow to become age 30 and get transferred back to his birth with his memory erased, by you, and get re-borned. Over and over again. Stuck in the time loop
  6. Hmm, it's in the IPSC, Oct4 or Sox2. Choose wisely
  7. fredreload


    Being a nerd I am always out of styles. Well, being a worker now I want to get in with the 2015 work fashion. If anyone got any images or youtube links it will be welcome, thanks
  8. Ya, well, what I want to complain is the fact that the housing cost is way too much. An average house here in Taiwan cost at least half a million. So I thought, the problem must be on the building cost. But my friend proved me wrong, he mentioned that it is the land cost that matters. No matter how many times you break and rebuild the house, it will be on the same piece of land. And since the land is limited, the land price will just keep going up. There is no stopping it.
  9. I want to rebuild my house twice a year, what service should I be looking for? These are brick houses, single floor. How much does it cost? Keep in mind I live in Taiwan so I need international builders. No 3D printing please, they are not developed enough, although I like the idea
  10. Hmm, I just found on YouTube Ted TV that using stem cells for leather actually isn't a new idea. When you go to a formal meeting or interview, people still prefer leather shoes. Thing is once you've realized leather is just another type of material, it really does open a lot of interesting aspects in terms of the raw materials for shoe design. Although working for a shoe original equipment manufacturing company this transition is probably not we sought after, but it does open a lot of possibilities for the brands. At least after things have stabilized, we'll have a much better idea of what we are looking after.
  11. So to make stem cells into skin and convert it to shoes
  12. Thanks to Charon that I've figured out liver does compensatory growth, not regeneration, but how does the liver knows what your liver mass is supposed to be? Question: If I donate 75% of my liver at age 5 the rest of 25% of the liver grows up to about 500g(100% liver mass) and it stops. Which I assume to be the normal mass for liver at age 5. If I donate 75% of my liver at age 30 the rest of 25% of the liver grows up to about 1kg(100% liver mass) and it stops. Which I assume to be the normal mass for liver at age 30. What am I trying to prove here? Oh yes, why doesn't the liver grow to 500g when I am at age 30 but instead become 1kg which is the full liver mass at age 30? If this compensatory growth of liver knows the full mass of the liver, then it is likely that it contains a signaling molecule that governs the full mass of our body at that age. The one that tells the liver to stop growing because it reaches 1kg at age 30. P.S. What to do, lower the expression of this molecule, then regenerate the entire body to match the age.
  13. Cell signaling on aging reaches the entire body, but cell signaling isn't a package. For package delivery you need a virus or bacteria, but those conflict with the immune system. How about just the "circular sphere" with the enzyme attached to the sphere surface designed to enter cells?
  14. I still sounds kind of harsh, but you need to be baptized by science :D, jk. Chromosomes make us equal, jk
  15. Well, let me enlighten you, this is the type of work the geneticist are doing right now. Combining and manipulating the yeast chromosome. Well alright, I am not sure if they are doing this in the nucleus or plasmid, but it seems pretty likely to be in the nucleus concerning the use of crispr cas9. Size has never been a problem, for the DNA size, you could chop chromosome into 1000 1 million pieces DNA, the end result is you can still combine it inside the nucleus like a transformer, or with ligase. Here is how John Hopkins build a synthetic yeast genome from scratch. This is how an Australian University destroy one of the chromosome with crispr. Now if you've read all three of the articles from the links I posted you'd be wondering hmm, this is the time to do some serious work on chromosome manipulation. We could create an artificial chromosome, we could combine chromosomes together, and we could delete chromosome. Maybe we could smuggle chromosomes in and out of the cell(nucleus) when needed. And I haven't got into regeneration research, people are also getting close on that field, check Michael Levin's newest research on regeneration.
  16. My mistake, I think you need to become the matter wave for this to work. But at the subatomic core they are all the same. I can't even figure out unit space don't ask me on this one
  17. A subatomic molecule is a portal. Because there are similar subatomic moleules making all of them connected. One indistinguishable from the other. For instance if you got two identical cups on the table, you dunno which one is your cup, and which one is my cup. But you cannot go through a subatomic particle, because it is too small, and it has an electric field. So you can condense it into a matter wave like Bose Einstein condensate and drop something through it?
  18. I think I was being harsh, sorry John Cuthber. I'm not a chemistry expert =/, just a bypasser
  19. Well, alright, it's good that you got questions, because there is some that I like to "get" an answer myself if you happen to "know" it. 1. Yes 1 million base pairs are too large for a virus, so I suggested using a bateria instead, I dunno if 150 million base pairs(the size of the X chromosome) would fit inside a bacteria. 2. Yes there is currently no method of bacteria targeting the entire body, so I made a separate post hoping that some wound repair mechanism would target every cells in the body(still working on this). 3. Once the 150 million base pairs of DNA from the bacteria "enters" the cell. The DNA goes into the nucleus, that's what virus do, all DNA goes to the nucleus for processing if not integrated into the host genome. From there the proteins in the nucleus would assemble the DNA into a chromosome(if prebuilt correctly, I can't find any articles on chromosome "building" not "packaging"). 4. Once you get the X chromosome in the body. It's like having a bear chromosomes in the cell but you do not turn into a bear. You need to activate them through proliferation by regeneration(you can check my posts on regeneration). 5. Destroying the chomosome is an article I found done by Austrlia institution using crispr cas9. P.S. Please take the time to read my work before you completely reject everything and say that my idea is doomed to fail. I'd like to make some friends on this forum.
  20. It's alright Charon, Fred just needs a break from science.....forum......lates
  21. Hmm, I wouldn't know what I would look like with 2 X chromosomes. I might be one of the top female waitress
  22. Need some work on the whole body delivery system. I don't think that would be easy task
  23. 1. Hey Charon, what are the currently available methods for signaling molecules or crispr cas9 delivery into the entire body? What percentage of the body is covered using this method?
  24. Hmm, the inserted X chromosome may need to be set to the correct gene expression and epigenetic changes. For setting the gene expression on the X chromosome, a patterning signaling factor may be needed. As for epigenetic, I got no idea
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