From: Spike Jones (spike66@attglobal.net)
Date: Fri Aug 17 2001 - 09:29:32 MDT

At E5 someone suggested inloading (who?), a process whereby
nanobots go inside a brain and build nanocomputers on every
brain cell, then build interconnect in order to simulate the operation
of that brain.

Given extraordinary technology, could we not then have that
configuration information about that inloaded brain passed
outward to another nanomachine which has been implanted
into an embryo? Then perhaps the nanobots could guide the
development of the bio-brain, setting neurons in place and
guiding the development of the brain's interconnections, so
that the new human is born with the memory and skills of
the original, (perhaps frozen) inloaded brain.


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