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Gabriel Claramunt

Very interesting!
My first thoughts:
1) DNA replication is not perfect (useful for the bacteria that need to evolve, but not for storing information). Probably a better "quality control" is required (check the new DNA against the original?). Anyway, I'm just a SW engineer and I only have the slightest idea about how DNA works
2) (the thing it worries me most) What happens if a particular encoding causes a deadly bacteria? :-D
It would be fun to speculate what will be the phrase that encoded will cause the end of the world ;-)

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