We cannot become what we want by remaining what we are.


When exploring the relationship between DNA and string spirituality within Stringism, it is important to note that DNA operates within the realm of science. DNA represents the smallest building block of your physical body, determining your genetic makeup and physical traits. At first glance, one could argue that strings and DNA are unrelated. Mainly because they operate on different planes—the natural and the spiritual.

Within the natural plane, genetics dictates that your DNA is defined by the combination of your parents’ DNA. While the exact combination may seem random, certain dominant genes have a higher likelihood of being expressed.

This aligns with the principles of the Stringism theorem, where strings are shaped and defined by experiences. A concept that parallels how genomes, passed down by your parents, are influenced by their past experiences. Moreover, we believe that as our souls are created through the collection and entanglement of strings. Each string may choose to push forward certain DNA genomes from a limited selection of possibilities. Thus, one can argue that DNA serves as an earthly representation of a string, a knot of experiences.

This interplay between strings and DNA may have implications for certain physical and physiological aspects, including diseases. However, it is crucial to consider the ethical implications as well. When discussing designer babies, for instance, we are essentially forcing certain strings to be present while excluding others from the earthly and spiritual existence. This can alter the essence of the soul of the baby, which may have both beneficial and detrimental effects.