Episode Highlights:

  • 00:11 – Programmable Dna
  • 01:03 – Immortality
  • 04:40 – The Ability To Programme Different Genetic Makeup
  • 05:41 – Introducing Impossible Thing In Human Genetic
  • 13:07 – How Reprogrammable Dna Relate To Blockchain

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Alright guys, what’s up? It’s Dan from crypto Camacho I am still on the road and hopefully, it’s not getting too dark?


I want to talk about a few topics today that I am personally very, very fascinated in. I want to talk today guys about immortality. And not in the way that you may think I don’t want to get all religious on you or anything like that. But I want to talk about immortality. I want to talk about programmable cells or programmable DNA. I want to talk about how that relates to cryptocurrency and Blockchain. I want to talk about how you know what things are coming in the future in terms of robotics, in nanotechnology, the singularity. You know kind of all those topics and how they all leave and merge together right. I’m very, very interested in all of those topics for different reasons. You know different personal reasons. Different philosophical reasons, different religious reasons you know in general right. I’m just interested in those topics.


And first, you know immortality that’s a very, very interesting idea, a very interesting concept that really all of humanity has always been trying to achieve right. There’s not a point in time in history where a group of people have not strive or been striving to become immortal in some way or another. That is partly why religion has really crept up and it has been really proliferated across the world, around the universe for so long. People want to know what’s going to happen when they die. And people want to overcome death right. And today we are getting closer and closer to becoming able to extend a human lifespan. I mean even in the last couple hundred years, we’ve significantly extended human lifespan you know from 30, 40 years old all the way now I think the average lifespan is like in the 80s for women and I think even maybe men. But it’s increasing guys. And it’s going to continue to increase as advances in technology start to really materialize and take shape hopefully in this century. And I think there’s been a lot of progressive movement and breakthroughs that have really enabled this right. One of those is you know programmable DNA, programmable genetics right; being able to actually tap into a human genome. So, the DNA that the fundamental makeup, their fundamental building blocks of a human being and really of all matter, scientists have now been able to tap into that fundamental piece of nature and manipulate it at precision that has never ever happened before in the past right. And I’ve been following this for a long time. Probably for a decade, probably for 10years I’ve been kind of watching what’s going on in this field right. And back in the day like I was pretty young at the time, but you know they were sequencing the human genome. I remember and it took years and years for them to do this. And it was done by the government. It was slow and it was tedious and it cost millions and millions of dollars to do it. Then along came an entrepreneur called Craig Venter who actually you know did all of the…Craig Venter came along and with his private enterprise. They decoded the human genome for like a fraction of the cost. I don’t know exactly what it was, but it was a fraction of the cost that the government was spending to do the exact same thing. And that’s because of enterprise free markets you know incentives things like that right which I’m not going to get into right now at the moment. But that is why it, you know it happened much more quickly right. Now they’re able to synthesize and not synthesize. They’re able to decode and map a human genome very inexpensively. I believe it’s even in the thousands of dollars now at this point and that is dramatically decreasing and it will ultimately become in the hundreds of dollars if not less in the next couple decades right. And what that means is that every, you know animal every human on the planet at some point or another is going to map their human genome. That’s already happening through things like ancestry.com 23andme which Google is running. That already kind of happening, and imagine if you have a map of your genome, your genetic makeup that makes you. You the fundamental building blocks the fundamental matter and material is an organization of that matter and materials that makeup you that make you, you right. What if everybody had that at their fingertips? I mean okay so that’s kind of step one which is happening as we speak. It’s happening right now.


Step two is then the ability to manipulate or to program and reprogram different parts of that genome of that genetic makeup right. To reprogram it to make you do other things maybe you want to hold your breath longer, maybe you want to be able to breathe underwater, maybe you want to be able to jump very high and maybe you want to be able to run you know for an extended period of time. All of these things can be introduced into a human body or ecosystem you know over time by modifying the genetic makeup of that organism right. There are some people in the world that can hold their breath tremendously long right. There are people that can run extremely fast there are people that are very, very strong. That’s because they have specific genetics which enables them to do that. Obviously, there’s hard work training and all that involved as well. But you know the genetics make a big part of that up you know and we’re getting to a point where we can actually program DNA in a way to modify, modify those genomes right.


The next step after that is then to be introducing things that we never even thought we were able to do right. Breathe in space for example; like you know breathe other something else other than oxygen right. I mean things that are just kind of out there completely science fiction at this point. We’re beginning to be able to understand theoretically how that’s possible right. And that that’s developing at a very, very fast rapid, rapid pace right and look there are a few people that I think you should look up. The one guy that I’ve been following a lot his name is Juan Enriquez. He is a fascinating guy. He I believe he’s the chairman of Synthetic Genomics. He also is you know the chair and CEO of a couple other companies as well. But he digs very, very deep into these topics. And he gives very good presentations on how this stuff is happening, what is happening and what it actually means right. And so, I encourage you to search for Juan Enriquez. Another guy is Craig Venter. Obviously, he’s one of the key scientists behind a lot of these inventions. Look up the inventors of CRISPR. They got some fascinating work behind them as well. But I’ve been watching things where I mean that’s kind of only one piece of the puzzle right. We’re getting also into an era where we can actually reprogram these are not reprogrammed, but we can grow artificially grow body parts in a laboratory from scaffolding and in program to DNA right. So, think of this. I mean imagine this because this is actually happening. It has happened and you could watch this, you know Google this and watch videos on this right now. So, okay think of a scaffold right. A scaffold that looks like a heart, think of like when you’re trying to make a piñata. You ever made a piñata with like paper Mache you basically you build a scaffold with the paper Mache. You get a balloon, you blow up a balloon, you get paper Mache and you put paper Mache around this balloon, you let it dry. You then pop the balloon and you have this scaffold of a circle right of a balloon. Then you know from that scaffolding, you can decorate it, you can you know put on fancy colours. Colour it put on tissue paper and make piñata from that scaffold okay. So, the same concept is being brought into the genetic world right, into the biological world. Where they can actually make a scaffold that looks like a heart that you know looks like a heart on the scalpel on the surface right. And they get DNA like the genetic components that make up a heart. You know whatever tissues makeup, whatever DNA and genetic materials make up the tissues that make up a heart, they will get, they will put that into a solution. And they will drip that solution onto a heart scaffold right. Over time, those cells grow and they grow and they grow similar to a fly that has been captured in amber. Layer upon layer upon layer, they do the exact same thing with hearts. Now over time, these hearts they grow and grow into you know real full-size hearts right. And they have actually gotten to a point where they can grow these hearts in laboratories with straight up DNA liquid that’s what I call it DNA liquid. And they can electrocute these hearts and make them beat, make them beat. That is Frankenstein. That is some crazy, crazy shit. That is a crazy concept. But I’ve seen it, you can you can Google this, you can look at the videos, you can look at the research being done. It’s still very much in the test phase, the theoretical phase, the experimentation phase, whatever you want to call it. But the fact of the matter is that if the fact that they’ve been able to grow a heart in a lab from DNA solutions DNA liquid. And then they’ve been able to shock that heart with electricity and make that heart pump like a regular heart is absolutely mind-boggling. It is absolutely mind-boggling, absolutely flooring. It changes my entire perception of life, of how life works, of what life is, of everything right. So, that’s another piece of the puzzle here and you can kind of explore with your mind how you want to how you want to take that alright. And so now that they can re-grow body parts. They’re also re-growing tracheas. They’ve re-grown ears, they’ve re-grown bladders, and they bring around livers in a couple decades time. They’re going to be able to re-grow body parts for people right. They’re going to be able to create artificial hearts, and artificial body parts like you’ve never ever seen before. And that’s happening right now under our eyes. The media doesn’t talk about this stuff guys. But you can find it. It’s not the conspiracy you could find well-known university professors that are researching this stuff. You could find real businesses that are actually investing in this stuff. Like Google is a very good example of this. They’re investing in 23andme. They’re investing in a company called on I think it’s called calico maybe our cow cows I’m like that with the goal of extending human lifespan. And they are looking into all of these different types of technologies, because of the potential that they have right. This is crazy stuff. They’re also actually starting to grow human body parts inside of animal cadavers right. So think of a pig cadaver or a pig and think about humans growing human bladders inside of a pig cadaver. It’s happening. This is not sunny inspection guys. This is actually happening. Google it you can find it. You can read about it this isn’t a conspiracy like you can actually meet the professor’s that are doing this stuff, the doctors and that’s the thing. I find so fascinating right. And so it’s alright I got it I got to remember I’m driving here. I’m pretty into this but I got to remember that I am actually driving and it’s getting a little bit dark. So, I’m going to have to go quickly with these video guys. I want to relate it back to my main point at the beginning of the video. But okay so all this is happening right under our noses right. And eventually you’re going to be able to introduce new DNA molecules like an X and Y instead ACTG. like right now there are four amino acids A C T and G which make up all DNA, which make up all the building blocks of life which make up me and you; the rocks and everything in the world right. Pretty soon you’re going to be able to introduce artificial DNA amino acids like an X or Y. and you’ll be able to program those to do what you want right. So, you’ll be able to do things like for example; program paint that whatever paint on a wall chips or cracks or becomes nicked. It will replace itself right. You’ll be able to get to the point where you have plastics that when they crack, that they will be able to replace themselves. Cement when they crack, they’ll be able to replace themselves. You’ll have things that you know like kitty litter when it becomes really dirty, it will reprogram itself to smell better. Maybe it’ll smell like strawberries or bananas. That’s a pretty stupid example but kind of a funny one right. You’re going to have these things, these products that are being invented fast right. They’re trying to turn algae into gasoline right now. Growing algae in facts and then reprogramming it to turn into a fuel right a fossil fuel. So, these things are going to happen at first in form of products. But it’s going to quickly evolve into modifying human beings and modifying people. And I think that’s just a very fascinating concept okay.


So, how does this relate now to Blockchain cryptocurrency and so forth okay? So, did you know that that the entire Internet can be stored on one strand of DNA right? That is the computational power or storage capacity that a single strand of DNA in its makeup. The complexity is so great yet you yet so simple that the entire breadth of the Internet as we know it can fit on one strand of DNA guy within DNA. That is mind-blowing okay. So, think about

Blockchain and cryptocurrencies and we’re talking way down the road here, but databases have obviously, exponentially grown. Data is now the new gold. It’s the new oil right. Companies head over you know hand over fist is making money because of data. And that’s not going to slow down right. As genetics are speeding up, you know they’re creating terabytes, terabytes, petabytes, petabytes of data you know like we’ve never seen before. That kind of door for the internet that dwarfs encyclopaedias and things like that, like the amount of data that’s being created is mind-blowing. They’re going to need somewhere to store that data, they’re going to need systems to be able to organize that data to store that data and to ultimately distribute and transfer that data to other places right. Whether that’s other people around the world whether that’s into other bodies, whatever that may be. and Blockchain technology is kind of a first weird crude attempt and current example of how you can store massive amounts of data in a decentralized way to enable access of that data across very different parts of the world in very, very different environments and in a variety of different capacity right. And if you take that to the next level, as nanotechnology comes out as programmable DNA becomes more important. You’re going to need systems and in mechanisms to be able to store that data and transfer it across a variety of entities. Many of those being living entities, many of those being artificial intelligence entities. And you’re going to need a way to do that and you’re going to need a way to organize that and store it and distribute it. And imagine Blockchain kind of acting the fundamental concepts of Blockchain acting in that same way, but through DNA through living organisms. I mean are we hitting the point where we can no longer use silicon to build conductors and build chips for computers to increase computational power? We are hitting that point Moore’s Law; you know everything doubles over a year or two years or whatever it is you know. We are hitting limits of Moore’s law and we’re looking for other substrates to continue that progress. The exponential increase you know of this computational power that we so desperately need to keep the world functioning and evolving and progressing like it is today. And you know one method of doing that is to use a Blockchain type of system over DNA, over living organisms you know to make that happen okay. So, I have a lot more to say this video is already sixteen minutes long. So, I’m going to kind of wrap it up here. I will likely make another video like this potentially in the future. I didn’t even talk about artificial intelligence. I didn’t really even get into mortality like I wanted to. Didn’t really get into nanotechnology or robotics but again other technologies that are really poised to change this world very, very dramatically it’s significantly in the next couple decades okay. So, another guy looks up Ray Kurzweil. If you don’t know he is, he wrote the book singularity. That’s a good educational piece but more to come on this guys. I hope you enjoyed this video of my rant? And I hope you find a useful, educational, insightful, and if nothing else intriguing and ultimately just fun to explore? I’ve had a really good time exploring these topics. So I hope you do too? I’m Dan from cryptocamacho.com guys. I’m going to check out before it gets too dark and before I crash on the freeway here. So again sorry for the jiggling in this the phone and the video are jiggling up and down. I know I apologize for that. But want to give you some Nuggets here while I’m driving. But guys I’m Dan from cryptocamacho.com, if you like my content, please subscribe to my YouTube channel. I would be most grateful and I appreciate it for anybody who leaves comments and who engages. I love having conversations. So, let me know guys. If you want to talk, if you want to interview, if you only do some more live videos, I’m happy to do that as well. But let me know guys. I will talk to you later. See you guys. Can’t look but