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15.10 — Using the same code that com­put­er key­boards use, the Japan­ese group, led by Masaru Tomi­ta of Keio Uni­ver­si­ty, wrote four copies of Albert Einstein’s famous for­mu­la, E=mc2, along with “1905,” the date that the young Ein­stein derived it, into the bacterium’s genome, the 400-mil­lion-long string of A’s, G’s, T’s and C’s that deter­mine every­thing the lit­tle bug is and every­thing it’s ever going to be. — Inter­na­tion­al Har­ald Tri­bune / June 26, 2007. — Die Vorstel­lung eines men­schlichen Lebe­we­sens, das 15 Jahre in seinem per­sön­lichen Code nach Infor­ma­tio­nen sucht, die nicht zu ihm gehören, add-ons, die Lit­er­atur sind. — stop

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