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Messages - Jorge Doménico Bucarán Romano

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Newbie / what's a bot made off
« on: July 20, 2006, 06:30:38 PM »
Thank you. I am definetely interested. Also, I want to learn the principles of life, evolution, reproduction, metabolism, interaction, creation and many other realted topics. I see DB as a great idea. One can get fascinated about it, and have a lot of fun with it, but ultimately, we as "scientists" must keep developing this idea, learning and trying to do new things.

I have to check the C++ info link with more calm, but I like that one of the reasons is because you know more C++ than VB. I have not check the code, hope you dont have all done. Finally, tell me, what do you (and you guys) know on genetics and biology, your source of information actually. Do not tell me you are nano-bio-tech engeneers or something. Well, share.

Newbie / what's a bot made off
« on: July 20, 2006, 04:39:19 PM »
Well yes, someone is looking at it. If you let me, I must say I'm very thrilled about this life simulation topic. I specially like DB since it allows for the creation of your own species' DNA. I wish I can sort out my time and start making a similar project of my own, but first I must follow all the way you guys been taking, you sure have a monster (written in VB   ).

Right now Im concerned with writing DNA. You can do many things and it is fun to code since it resembles assembly (so anyone who never "got" assembly well (me for the sake) can live the dream there). I should ask this in a different post, but I was thinking; Do you keep coming up with better Bots constantly or you think you have reached a state of near-perfection in what DNA-ASM humbly provides? This question is for everyone.

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