"So: you series come as well from archeological remains of ancient Negeémiliel?" said the blue-clad ensign.
"Oh! yes! I'm of the MAY Serie!" answered the crewmember, clad in purple.
"I knew it! I'm of the BRI Serie!" said proudly the ensign. "They say, they used many ancient DNA samples to replicate individuals from these lost ages! Do you wonder if... well, the "prime", the original of our series even meet?"
"Probably no. There surely will be centuries between each of them! But of course, it's a funny possibility!"
As a security personel walked by, she overheard the two of them. "You series come from Negeémiliel archeological remains DNA?" she said with a smile. "It's the same of my line!" said the security-drow of the MUS serie.. The other two artificial drow looked at her.
"Are you sure you line was from Negeémiliel? You don't look so... Negeémi?" As the MAY clone said that, the MAY and BRI drows laughed. Self conscius, the MUS serie security drow covered herself... She really hated these skintight suits. She prefeered much more to wear other UTI uniforms!!
While Underdark Technologies Inc. is a corporation set in the Nebulosa of Ots by , nedless to say that for me, some of the greater inspirations for "space elves", specially dark elves, is from Drowtales, one of the side stories from Daydream called Space Age. <(^-^)>
Basically as well I wanted to do space age versions of Briiza Ralochs, Maylara Maltree and Musshil "Musshy" Kesalf.
Maylara Maltree is a character of
... as well, actually for body type and skin colour, Musshy is much of a standard Negeémi drow, while the types of May and Briiza corresponds more to other drow nations, that during the expansion of Negeémiliel became to be part of the empire.
some more Aenian:
Still, amazing pic, keep up the great work ^_^
Ugly fat girl for the man on table 6!
For example let's say, a person lost his arm. And years later his arm is used to clone him and let's hipotize, with the "genetic memory": wouldn't with luck have the memory, only to the point of the loss of the arm?
In the same way, the premise of the game "assassins creed": Wouldn't the "genetic memory" line be interrupted, each time is given birth to the ancestor?
I mean, the memory of the grandfather would be accesible only until the moment of the conception of the father, and so on!
Only because of these thoughts, I doubt the genetic memory myself, as at least, a memory like the one that make an individual be that individual.
As far as a hereditary line of memories goes, I think there would be some degradation based on how many generations have passed, but it might be possible to store at least several generations of memories, however they would still be limited by the available memories at the time the DNA is passed on. Only the immediate set of memories of the individual from whom the sample was taken would still be completely intact. That is if they are stored at all.
Again, this is just speculation at this point as we don't have the tech currently to fully decode DNA nor all the information stored within.
For what it is worth, the sacrificial victims of the Temple of Doom are mummified and stored away in a crypt somewhere as property of Negeé. Perhaps the greater Negeemi drow might get similar treatment?
I'm not sure that it would really have been necessary to make huge secret of cloning these personages of the past. I mean, by the future era Aiers and the Nebulosa of Ots setting, cloning is legal and massively practiced, particularly in colonizing new worlds. I would say that Alice and company would not only NOT keep this a secret, they might trumpet it out to the world. Most folks would shrug their shoulders, but drow, and those people who identify themselves as being drow descendants would be very interested.
It might make for a good marketing ploy in getting the support of drow populations and getting those drow to sign up for colonizing the planet Negeé? Indeed, other corporations might dismiss the whole thing as marketing nonsense and be surprised if UTI actually did as it said?
In any case, any drow colonists would probably have the colonizing scheme marketed to them on racial and almost religious zeal, the name of the new planet makes that clear. They would need a great deal of motivation in a way, as they would be ceding most of their rights to UTI? But rebuilding a glorious past amidst the stars in the future would make for an impressive draw. Particularly when the genetic duplicates of the drow of an illustrious past might live and breathe again with the colonists someday would be very exciting!
And, of course, elves having their long lives, the pure elves anyway, the phrase of "A future you might live to see", might be especially true?
I would question if any true memories could ever be restored to clones as any genetic recording of memories is probably not true. Although history might give a sketchy background personality that might be implanted into the clones, much like any produced clone, but a bit more customized. It would hardly be the real deal, but at least the clone would act something like the original might?
Perhaps magic might bridge the gap to restore a true copy of the personality? But as magic in Aiers is more of a matter of energy manipulation, that too may be improbable?
Also, in the end, historians would love to hear of true memories of the past, but would a control minded UTI *really* want personalities from the past to deal with? Genetic copies that are programed to be vaguely reminiscent, but also programed to serve, might be the desired outcome?
As for genetic memories, we still aren't sure about it. There is so much raw data in a single strand of DNA that we have only begun to decipher a tiny fraction of a percent of what is stored in it. Mostly just the basic building blocks, but we are unsure of what the rest of it is. The hypothesis that a person's life experiences are not only recorded in chemicals in the brain but also in the chemical make up of DNA has been around for a while, but we still can't either prove or disprove that hypothesis.
The variants are only re-colorizations, thought. :3
one of the only things i ever buy warranties for, keyboards, i can never seem to get them to last more that 8 months XD
thats what i get for eating cupcakes and other junk all the time while playing games