Posted on April 15, 2018
Hey guys, I know this is going to sound crazy, but I think I cracked part of the E.N.D. mystery. Remember how two months ago I was leaving the HCC really late and found this weird identification card for a Dr. Rausch? Well, I was looking at it recently and something struck me that hadn’t before. That Reclaim DNA Hosting logo looks really familiar. Like realllllyyyy familiar. I decided to dig deeper and try and find where I have seen it before.
I then found a company in Fredericksburg called “Reclaim Hosting” and on their website they describe themselves as a company that provides “flexible web space and domain names” to students. This was really weird to me. Like why was a web company dealing with DNA as well? I was genuinely confused. I went to bed that night and tossed and turned forever.
It was at 4 AM when it finally struck me.
What if Reclaim Hosting was just a front to hide their real intentions? What if they were trying to hide that they work with DNA? Also, what does DNA hosting mean?
I had no answers. It frustrated me beyond belief.
It wasn’t until I was scrolling through Twitter and I read this article about scientists coding an animated gif into DNA. I was gobsmacked. I think that this is what DNA hosting is. DNA hosting…information?
This reminded me of “28 Days Later”, which I watched for class and wrote about here, because in this movie the scientists inserted pure rage into the chimpanzees’ DNA. Maybe Reclaim DNA did something similar. Like what if they were experimenting with inserting things into DNA and they messed up? Maybe something mutated a way they didn’t expect and it resulted into the E.N.D. virus?
Honestly, this wasn’t as big of a breakthrough as I thought. However, I do feel like there is some merit to these theories.
Well, that is it folks. I’ll catch you on the flipside (knocks on wood sporadically so I don’t die from E.N.D before then)