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DNA Based Organic Catalysts in SciFi.

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The social skills of an alien species ...

able to convince another alien civilisation to build copies of them from DNA code...

is impressive




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Kinkajou interviews SigmaPsiDr Laura Baker (Species) (movie series)

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   Thank you Laura for agreeing to talk to me via Sigma Psi communications. I’m interested in the technology that the aliens used to ingratiate themselves with humanity. I believe they sent us the DNA code for organic catalytic converter to generate hydrogen from water.

LauraBaker SigmaPsiDr Laura Baker:  The technology was hypnotically attractive to us at our stage of development. We had been forced to confront an energy crisis with the reducing availability of oil for energy and increasing oil costs. This has caused us to substantially search for alternate energy fuels. Our civilisation is based on liquid fuels or liquid energy you may say.

Our alternate energy technologies are still in their infancy. Battery technology is not well developed. Photovoltaic energy systems have not come into their own either, due to having low yields or high costs. Wind power is available but is probably not a realistic option for the majority of people. So the appearance of organic catalysts to convert water hydrogen would have seemed like the Holy Grail to the people of my time.

I wonder why a race that could design and code and build a DNA-based organic catalyst would need to subvert other species into enabling them to colonise their world. Such a civilisation could design and build its own spaceships enabling a far more robust colonisation effort. The need to develop an alien partner to build one’s colonists seems childish in the extreme.

Species Alien Hydrogen Hydrogen Catalysis Gift Species Alien Hydrogen Hydrogen Catalysis Gift

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   Yes. From what I have seen, the design is certainly highly advanced. The organic catalyst is able to accept quantum energy from photovoltaic type inputs and link this energy to voltage rails. It is able to build energy carriers to transfer this energy to the enzyme system and to recover energy from the activation process, in effect substantially reducing the net activation energy for the reaction. The efficiency of the reaction is impressive. This type of design requires substantial genetic understanding and computer facilities to handle the protein folding problems. I think the civilisation that can reach this level of expertise can do anything it wishes to.


LauraBaker SigmaPsiDr Laura Baker:  Maybe they just found it somewhere on their planet.

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   While there is that of course. That explanation may well explain quite a lot. Can you comment on your impressions of the “Paradise Game”?

LauraBaker SigmaPsiDr Laura Baker:  I think the key technology which impresses me in the entire debacle is in fact the social skills of these alien species. They were able to at a distance convince an entirely alien race to build copies of themselves upon their world.

Kinkajou Kinkajou:   You have to wonder about how simple these creatures are as well. After all, if we sent another species copies of our genetic code, my concern would be that they would use this knowledge against us. They could design inimical organisms and better ways to kill us, because they know us right down to our DNA.

LauraBaker SigmaPsiDr Laura Baker:  I think that’s the paradise factor. A desire for more for free. A definition of paradise that many would indeed subscribe to. And maybe we are the simple ones.


Kinkajou Kinkajou:   Thank you Laura. Stay safe.


Paradise Game

Movie: Species

Dr Laura Baker



Movie: Species

Dr Laura Baker

Species series

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