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revolution
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rocketsoft wrote:
maybe its perfect?
The day we start thinking things are perfect is the day we stop progressing and stagnate.
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any update news for this

"achieving immortallity (by stopping aging). "
Post 02 Apr 2010, 16:13
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sleepsleep: the objective is to repair all the body's cell's faulty DNA
By building a database of about 1000 DNA's and figuring out the original
DNA (when the person was a baby) That should restore all cells
(including neurons and bone merrow) to original condition
Maybe there are other things to be done too (but i dont know what they are)
It also should cure all forms of cancer thrue that action
A simulator should be written that simulates a piece of the DNA
A robot should be made with code and simulated that does the repairs
Sceince will, i believe, soon be able to manufacture nanorobots


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rocketsoft wrote:
sleepsleep: the objective is to repair all the body's cell's faulty DNA
By building a database of about 1000 DNA's and figuring out the original
DNA (when the person was a baby) That should restore all cells
(including neurons and bone merrow) to original condition
Maybe there are other things to be done too (but i dont know what they are)
It also should cure all forms of cancer thrue that action
Hehe, sure no problem, there are only about 50 trillion cells in the human body. At a rate of one cell per second it will only take ~1,500,000 years to complete the task. Razz
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the robots should be able to build a copy of themselfves (replicate)
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bacteries and cells duplicate themselves, but sometimes, there are mutations, then, not all cells are viable.

but/
first cell will give 2 cells.
after, there will be 4 cells.
8,16,32,64,128,etc
everybody knows the binary stuff.
then, in 32 seconds, there will be 4 billions cells (based on 1 second to duplicate)
and then, in 64 seconds, there will be enough cells to create a human.

in reality it is a lot slower.
cell replication process takes approximattely 8 to 16 hours.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cellular_division

do you want to be the Dr desty nova.
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rocketsoft wrote:

the robots should be able to build a copy of themselfves (replicate)

I bet that will work out well. Wink
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I wonder if simply trying to restore DNA would work? I thought the DNA was "programmed" to eventually make us die based upon the internal conditions of the whole organism. I don't think is it correct that we die because our DNA is somehow changing. Although cancer may be a bit different. Maybe a DNA restore-to-factory-settings would help there? But just for some types of cancer, not all cancers are triggered by DNA mutations. Plus, things like mitochondria and telomeres would also need to be fully restored at the same time.

What if we try to compare the body to a computer system. The DNA is the system code. So lets say our old computer is starting to fail, the HDD bearings are severely worn, the fans are heavily clogged with dust, the PSU capacitors can't store the charge very well, the RAM is degrading from electromigration, etc. In that system, doing a reinstall of the system code will not help to keep the computer running, all it would do is reset all the user settings and security patches and make the machine vulnerable to attack.
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revolution wrote:

I wonder if simply trying to restore DNA would work? I thought the DNA was "programmed" to eventually make us die based upon the internal conditions of the whole organism.

AFAIK DNA isn't programmed to make us die, it's damaged over time by leakage of electrons from the mitochondria.
revolution wrote:

not all cancers are triggered by DNA mutations

What kind isn't? Confused
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Tyler wrote:
revolution wrote:
not all cancers are triggered by DNA mutations

What kind isn't? Confused
There are three common viruses that can cause cancer, EBV, HPV and Hepatitis B. There are probably more than those three, but those are the most common. I guess one could argue that these viruses are mutating the DNA by splicing in their own codes. But to me this is more than mere mutation, it is all out deliberate reprogramming. The trigger is the virus. The cancer that follows is just the effect.
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Repair of the DNA is just a part of stopping aging
I too believe aging is programmed in the DNA... so u gotta understand and
modify the DNA



BTW:I officialy became a GOD
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BTW:I officialy became a GOD

cooll!!!
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To truly understand whats going on inside a cell i probably would need to
simulate a cell... preferebly simulate a whole human... this would require
a nano-computer of 1 qubic metre... i think i will first build a nano-computer... and also sell it on the market as a pill with DVD-ROM
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My autoplacer-optimizer now run in linear time -upto 1000- times faster than the old autoplacer-optimizer. optimizing a 20 million transistor circuit now takes 20 minutes instead of 10 days Smile the quality of the result is the same! Smile
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I happen to have discovered Omega-Alpha differential logic circuits
They run about 10 times faster than conventional circuits and are more
imune to noise, crosstalk, and problems with long lines!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
power consumtion is about 50 times higher though!
so... only practical for cpu's with less than 10 million transistors
Second and third level cashes would use conventional cmos and need a
lot of wait-states

Omega-Alpha becouse there are only 2 fundamental building blocks!!!!!!!
can anyone guess how it works? revolution? Smile
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I have a bad sense for sarcasm, are you joking?
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no, its true... i challenge anyone on this board to figure out the
technology... with the little information i have given

normally u have:

inverter
2nand
2nor
3nand
3nor

with omega-alpha:
no inverters needed coz u just connect the inputs reversed... differential!!!!
same goes for the output... just reverse it if u want inversion
so... thats upto 8 combinations with a 2x2 input and 2 output omega block
i leave it upto the visitors to draw and figure out the omega circuit
on paper (how many mosfets, what types and how are they connected?)

i reveal this also: alpha is simply a differential amplifier
(for more speed with heavily loaded lines)
and this:it needs a fixed and very constant supply voltage
a maximum variation on the supply voltage of +/- 5% is allowed
It helps if u know how a mosfet works in detail... its not like a transistor

note:U wont find it on the internet
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i see what you mean.

differential amplifier is just the first stage of an operational amplifier.
then, by conecting in internal all the "supposed to be high or low" lines, you will be able to compute or, and xor, not, etc..
good idea.

but i believe the best will be the optical computer.

if you find how to do a logical AND with light, you found it.
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i dont wanne make an optical computer
i figure they would switch slow
mosfets have the potential to switch with 0 delay
Omega-alpha technology can only be produced with V-mos
it requires a very high quality gate
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I updated my website... check it out www.rocketsoft.0catch.com
I uploaded a new version of Rasm
Investing oppertunaty:buy shares that split every year! (upto the next 30 years)
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