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Old 05-16-2016, 11:19 AM
Me_Billy Me_Billy is offline
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Originally Posted by Voyager View Post
Unless you are being picky, data on a CD-ROM is not electrical either, until it is read by laser and converted to electrical signals. Ditto for my first logic lab project, an acoustic delay line memory. So any scanning technique for our memories would convert them into electrical values for processing.

But since we don't know even how they are stored, or their coding, the answer to the OP is "don't hold your breath."
Now that I think of it, perhaps mother nature has designed our memories so they are ENCRYPTED!

So what is needed for this project is a code breaker.