A Theory on Cloning

A theory about the possible cloning of inanimate objects.

Everything you touch and see is made of something. Everything is made of a material, or substance. Everything is made of of atoms. All 3d, or 2d virtual objects are described by a code, or script. These codes tell the position and properties of every particle and pixel. The same thing could be applied to real life situations, with a code for every single object. A long enough code could be able to describe each atom making up an object, and that atom’s position in the object. With this code, an advanced enough machine could assemble atoms into an exact replica of the original object in question. With this, almost any non-biological thing could be scanned, and then reproduced. This code might also be able to be modified, to create a slightly different object than the first. With enough stored data, it might be possible to create objects without an original or parent. This is just my theory…

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  1. J.P. Says...

    On March 23, 2010 at 11:26 pm

    Not very realistic, but interesting,


  2. Jake Says...

    On November 15, 2010 at 9:43 pm

    Interesting, and would be very wonderful if/when technology created.


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