While studying genome sequences of basic molecular mechanisms found in cerebral DNA (topoisomerase functionality), Professor Calvin 'Cal' Gordon has inadvertently acquired complete utilization of his neural/cellular network during a self-induced experimental procedure. He can now tap into his genetic memory, granting him experiences, abilities, and thoughts derived from his ancestral roots. Finding himself in a high security mental institution with no knowledge of how he got there, Gordon escapes and begins his odyssey of self-discovery. Eventually, Gordon will obtain disturbing knowledge about his identity, his ties to a scientific secret society, and will develop profound spiritual abilities as he becomes "infected" with the DNA of others. Each time he assimilates a stranger's DNA, he is bombarded with extraordinary surrealistic images, blurring his ability to distinguish between current reality and genetic memory. Gordon's ability to adopt an individual's psychological and ... Written by
Julienne Ford & TC Shannon (Five Star PR) [edited for spelling, grammar and clarity]
Is there anyone in your memory... you wish you could see, or talk too, one more time?
Did You Know?
Writer Jim Fitzpatrick came-up with the original concept when he saw his son JJ (2 years-old at the time) pick up a plastic t-ball, place it on the T-stand and swing. This led Fitzpatrick to the notion that the 90% of our neocortex (brain) that we don't use, is actually stored genetic memory, from every ancestor before us. See more
Professor Calvin Gordon
Is there anyone in your past... you wish you could see or talk to, one more time?
References Gilmore Girls