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Up Up and Away with DNA
Published on Mon, Jul 22, 2013 (3:19 p.m.)(Resubmitting - original submission of 7/8/13)
On August 8, 2013, Las Vegas will be the location in which an innovative service will be introduced that could change the way we currently think about the future of mankind. A new company, “SAEL” (Space Ark Enterprises, LLC), is underway to launch a unique, ground-breaking service to the public at the upcoming Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas. Why, you ask?
“SAEL” is on a mission to send any interested persons’ DNA into deep space, where the essential code of your singular human life will orbit through the solar system like a new planet. SAEL’s goal is perpetual preservation of your uniqueness by using high-tech encapsulation, the preserving cold of space, and a revolutionary manner of space launch. The purpose behind this service is for the possibility of future science reconstruction of the human being. Yes, you read that correctly.
DNA encapsulation can be for an individual or in groups (friends, families and such), including your family pet! Every day, the SAEL-away website will show calculations of where you are in space, even while you are still on earth. A solar-driven beacon has been designed to allow homing on the DNA capsule for millennia. So, you can wake up, have your cup of coffee and then check on the celestial surroundings of your DNA – how about that for the start of your day? I think the people at SAEL definitely chose the perfect surroundings to launch this service as this definitely qualifies as “Trekkie”.
If you think that DNA correction is making important medical headway today, imagine what will be possible with your DNA many years from now. The earth may be facing various threats that could destroy the current you and your lineage. But a special biological packaging and the protective environment of space awaits to preserve your unique DNA. Imagine the potential…..
Dr. Peter D. Poulsen, has many patents and inventions, as well as leadership in an array of advanced scientific investigations which have given him the knowledge and entrepreneurial skills that he expects will lead to a first launch of DNA into deep space within the next 18 months.
It will be interesting to see how this concept takes off and the many controversial pros and cons that will, no doubt, be forthcoming. Could this be a true “Star Trek Adventure” brought to real life?
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