…e result is a worm that grows back as a two headed organism rather than one with a head and a tail. The CRAZY thing about this worm is that it looks like a mutant but is genetically identical to a normal worm because only the bioelectrics were changed — no genes. This has been replicated in frogs now enabling frogs to grow back legs (which absolutely doesn’t happen in nature). The implications for creating organisms that look like mutations but aren’t mutations is pretty intense. The role of computer modeling is to develop tools through machine learning that could help to combine DNA and bioelectrics to create specific cells “on demand” almost a Visio for organisms or “algorithm for life”.