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    "1.8 1022 bits (2.25 zettabytes) amount of information that can be stored in 1 gram of DNA"
    -- Ref wikipedia
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    Yes, hmm, yes; I have understood that there are an awful lot of backups around as well. Is that necessary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriGramps View Post
    "1.8 1022 bits (2.25 zettabytes) amount of information that can be stored in 1 gram of DNA"
    -- Ref wikipedia
    I think you mean 1.8 x 1022
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