Telemutogenetic manipulation (acronym TMG) is the theory of cyto-mutation on the chromosomal level by means of radio waves, particularly terahertz radiation (so-called T-Rays). Its focus is the replacement of damaged or undesirable genes and their subsequent traits with those from a donor model whose chromosomal makeup has first been digitally represented and then transmitted to affect only the chromosomal signature of the target. Some real study has been made in this realm, but the term was first coined by novelist Eric Shawn in his thriller novel The Power.
Using telemutogenetic manipulation (TMG), scientists have been able to substitute the chromosomes of a frog into a rat, causing the gradual mutation of the rat into a frog.
by Sheila Levine April 30, 2008