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Main - Relaxland - Data in the Cloud...Literally New reply


Swingball
Posted on 11-08-17 09:01 PM Link | #91029
What if we could send data to a literal cloud? Then you ask questions such as:


What does the cloud look like? What happens when it rains or snows or whatever?

What happens when the data evaporates? What happens when the data condenses?



Come and imagine literal data clouds with us! :D

iyenal
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Belsaw
Posted on 11-28-17 11:14 PM Link | #91512
How about a DNA cloud? There could be extraterrestrial civilizations that do use DNA storage but the literal cloud would probably be in a chamber in order to protect the DNA.

Or make a cloud composed of mostly semiconducting particles. I dunno, gaseous gallium?

Swingball
Posted on 11-28-17 11:22 PM (rev. 2 of 11-28-17 11:23 PM) Link | #91513
Posted by Belsaw
How about a DNA cloud? There could be extraterrestrial civilizations that do use DNA storage but the literal cloud would probably be in a chamber in order to protect the DNA.


How would we safeguard the DNA from raining, evaporating and condensing...?

LeftyGreenMario
Posted on 11-29-17 07:06 PM Link | #91526
How do we safeguard the DNA from overall degradation, which I remind you is very, very fragile?

fiver
Posted on 11-29-17 08:45 PM Link | #91530
Posted by Swingball
How would we safeguard the DNA from raining, evaporating and condensing...?

if we think logically there is no point in this thread lol

anyway, I'd send my game save data to the cloud. takes up space on the system..
-fiverpost™
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