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Personally, my opinion is that genetic memory is a 
possability. But I
just wanted to mention an article I recently read about 
computers. Apparently it is possible to do computing 
problems with
vials of sculpted DNA. Through the process of mutations 
the DNA
strands can extract an answer to a question which, I 
assume, is stated
in the DNA code and environment conditions. Though the 
computations are much slower than a normal processor... 
the advantage
lies in the fact that a small sample might contain 
millions of DNA
samples. The result is parallel processing at an 
level. If anybody has more info I'd like to here about it. 
Also I will
try and find the article in question so I can speak less 
vaguely about
the subject in the future.