How to manufacture an entire computer with DNA

The generation of DNA sequences is common practice. I won't go into that. Specific proteins will bind to DNA at specific control sites that are regulators or promoters. These protein sequences are generated by the process of DNA to RNA to Protein by way of ribosomes. The protein is then modified to have an addition associated back side binding site for a conductivity element. A second regulator is used to bind at junction sites and gates the flow of electrons. The sites that are gate sites are generated with a specific pairing sequence such as GATTACA would bind with TGTAATC. It is necessary to avoid sequences that read the same forward and backwards ( palindromes )as they will result in unexpected connections.

The process requires cells specially adapted to produce the protein sequences and to generate the DNA sequences required. PCR ( Polymerase Chain Reaction ) can be used to duplicate a sequence which is a wire frame or a UUID site such as GATTACA. The result is a manufactured computer of any design that you desire once the original self duplicating system is established and feed. It is not much different than making beer or cheese. It requires a CAD system to design the connections in the same way you would create a FPGA or mask programmable gate array.

The design of the CPU is fairly simple from my perspective as I have done it from scratch many times. The complex instruction set computers ( CISC ) or RISC ( reduced instruction set computers ) have their advantages. I prefer a RISC in conjunction with CAM and standard cell RAM and ROM for areas that are never changed ( such as character set encoding, language, core references etc.). Open source is able to run on many types of hardware and it is legal to design your own CPU that is compliant with a sub set of current instructions. There is no patent on AND. If you were to simply copy Intel CPUs it would likely be challenged, but I don't like the x86 designs anyway and I wouldn't steal them if I was asked.

PCR will double a DNA sample in each cycle and so the number of cycles will give 2n copies for n cycles. The raw materials for the process are the stuff of nature. There are many ways to achieve this same effect and this is just one path.

The advantage to this process is that it is much like growing corn or any crop. It allows you the choice of what goes into the result and it allows individuals to operate on technologies that would not be considered by manufacturers, simply because it would put them out of business and their goal is to make money, not produce the best product. They have been stifling the design process for 20 years now, and I know because I was involved in that process.

When I get the urge I will explain the technicalities of user operated point to point networking. It is very simple also if you use the right algorithms and is far more private and cost effective than paying 60$ a month ( forever ) for a few feet of copper wire.

I will make a blend animation of this and post it to my associated web site and put a link here later on.

1 comments:

jordaenne said...

Hi Paul.thanks for your visit.Yes I just started to jot down a few words at this blog.

I enjoyed this-avoid sequencing tha could read the same backward and forward- it causes unexpected connections--well that sounds exciting.

So a similar kind of sequencing goes on in biological sequencing as is used for automated intelligence well that doesn't surprise me.
Nice comprehensive article.

Wow that U.S. genome project site is really incredible isn't it?
have a beautiful day of magical light.

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