Brain Pattern Transfer

Brain Pattern Transfer
“If a person is the sum of all his experiences, a clone is no more the person whose genetic structure he shares than he is a photograph or sculpture of that person. To transform a clone into that person, a way needs to be found to make the clone’s mind identical to the person’s mind.” – from the book A Question Of Identity

In many campaign worlds, the person involved makes a recording of his brain pattern and transfers the pattern to the clone while it is still in a formative stage. (Exactly how this is accomplished varies widely from setting to setting.) The clone awakens with all the memories and experiences of the person up to the point of the recording—anything that happens to the person after the recording is not part of the pattern.

In settings where clones are kept as organic life insurance, people periodically record their brain patterns so their clone has the most up to date memory possible. In settings such as this, it is possible to use technology in unusual ways. One could imprint the mind of a clone with the brain pattern of another person. Alternatively, an elderly person on his deathbed could have his brain pattern recorded and, after he passes away, implanted on a clone of himself as a young man.

Memory Download Interface – Mechanism used to copy a persons memorioes and personality into a chip to upload it into a Replacement or Clone. The P DC or these machine is 30 and can store up to 5 different “brain patterns” that can be different versions fo the same or different people at different ages/levels. Size is Medium. Restriction: Res(+2).
Brain Patterns cannot be trasnfered to people who already have memories. The mix of new and old memories can do damage to the mind of the person or cause brain damage.

Brain Pattern Transfer

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