Reply to post: Re: 500-year half-life?

Picture this: An exabyte of cat pix in the space of a sugar cube of DNA

tony2heads

Re: 500-year half-life?

There are some trees and bushes that last for many hundreds -thousands of years (Bristlecone pine) so the replication needed is clearly possible.

Bacterial spores have huge lifetimes, so maybe packaging is important.

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