Send Your DNA Into the Future to Live Again
How? By storing it in an ItGoesOn Genebank Timecapsule.
Why ? To achieve Immortality – Not of your body – of your DNA.
If you think – Life’s too short – Is this all there is ? Don’t allow your unique DNA – that has taken evolution 4 1/2 Billion years to create perish after only one lifetime – when it could, with your help live and love again – and again forever.
Or if you’re looking for both a physical and an emotional way of staying ‘connected’ forever with your wife, husband, children, lover, soul mate, grand children … even your pets ?
You can have both – with one of these
I’ll Be Back model – holds 8 separate samples.
In the future mankind will finally, after 7,000 years of trying, achieve a form of immortality when human cloning from DNA becomes either by social acceptance or from social necessity, legal, regulated and safe.
If anyone alive today wants to take advantage of something only citizens of the future will have access to it’s imperative you start ‘safely banking’ your DNA now – before it’s too late.
Just a few hairs, clean nail clipping or tooth fragment is all that’s required. Place your DNA sample alongside family members, friends, lovers and even pets.
Your ItGoesOn capsule can be displayed at home as an interesting conversation piece until one day – if you were loved become a cherished family heirloom – not just a ‘thing’ you once owned – but something more personal – a more emotionally connected keep-sake of the ‘real’ you.
Or you can deposit them yourself any time, anywhere in the world.
Possible locations could be:
The more ItGoesOn time capsules you distribute over your lifetime increases the probability of your capsules being found many times in many futures.
Patented and Handcrafted in Australia
International Patents Pending
Time Travelling DNA Immortality is just one of it’s uses.
Saving your unique DNA in an ItGoesOn Timecapsule – your destiny – and the destiny of those with you will – instead of being terminal become one of infinite possibilities.