From: Paul Hughes (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 23 2004 - 10:56:53 MST
--- Dani Eder <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > For 4 billion years, DNA was the recording
> > of history, the memory of biology. As soon as we
> > developed language, we no longer needed the slower
> > form of DNA for memory; by reputable
> > scientists.)
> I believe the progression is more complicated than
> that. First was genetic information storage. Then
> the genetic was supplemented by the neural.
We are talking about storage that actually gets
transmitted from generation to generation. Neural
information died with the host, until epi-genetic
information transfer became possible - that being the
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