Of course this will need to occur before the genetic degradation of Homosapiens thanks to the technology used for extending life spans; MRI, medication, doctors, etc, etc.
01/16/2013 05:41 PMPosted by EklarWell, lets say that the duplication isn't perfect, that there are some flaws. Given that the human body reproduces its cells, some daily, others last years. Regardless, the Human Genome Project has found that humans have over 3,000,000,000 (that's three billion) base pairs in our genome. And every time a cell reproduces, that sequence must be duplicated. Lets say the accuracy is 99.9999%, we are still left with 3000 flaws. Our bodies produce millions of cells every day, resulting in millions, if not billions of mutations. Even if this teleporter/replicator was flawed, I highly doubt that it would have an impact greater than just being alive.
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