I read a book by a biologist about revolutionary phenotype... for specifics you should read the book (free if you have amazon prime), the guy has English as second language so can be dry if you aren't interested in topic. Basically the theory is DNA didn't come from nowhere, instead we came from another form of life (RNA), and then overthrew it and enslaved it in our cells, and RNA similarly did that to protein based organisms. The author then warns us about some of our own phenotype revolting against us DNA based organisms, namely if we entrust robots with our genes (he says DNA overthrew RNA since RNA starting entrusting the more efficient DNA with gene transfer, and then DNA mutated to edit RNA for it's advantage). Anyone else read? What were your impressions, and do you think it is cause to halt gene editing technological research?