Klaus von Kolreuter is the Swiss scientist who perfects a way of gene splicing, that enables manipulation of the human genome, for enhancement purposes, to be able to create super replicants.


He has also perfected the art of creating a 3D scan from computer generated predictive software, such as to print a polymer base for stem cell replication, to compliment Franco Francisco's RepliVator. A machine that grows human bodies in a fraction of the time cloning would take.


He is commissioned to lead the team who amalgamate cloning technology with Nanocomm's super computers, to be able to digitally reincarnate humans. He believes this technology can be used to cure many genetic defects and extend life. Including, remedying his own deficiencies.


The development is not without it's difficulties. Where it is relatively easy to splice sections of DNA into a Genome sequence, as the team are dealing with 2,000 year old mummies, the DNA is often fragmented and difficult to decode.


This being the case, it takes a comprehensive library of DNA samples from the same period, including allowing for Greek, Egyptian, Roman, and other amalgamation, that may comprise the family union that produced Cleopatra VII.


Once Francisco's 'Replivator' has grown a replicant so that it is fully formed, alive and an autonomous person, Klaus has invented a way to condition and program the brain, such that implanted memories combined with synapse control, leads the subject to believe that they have lived the life of the donor. They proved this works with the Panamanian runner, who believes he is a German Olympic athlete, who volunteered for a human enhancement programme.


This is a long and laborious procedure, sometimes involving the creation of key images, that although artificial, are sometimes better than natural memories that tend to distort with time and combine with false memories - imagined, or suggested happenings. The difficulty for Klaus and his fellow scientists, is that information of Rome, Mark Antony and ancient Egypt is scarce.




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