Option 17 (indexing starts at 0): "DNA"
I prefer to store my music in strands of DNA within my own body. This is a recent breakthrough in DNA/music technology. It has been found that each strand of DNA (aka deoxyribonucleic acid) has a sole empty cell, capable of storing 2 Megabytes of digital data. Four years of secret study by the U.S. government has created this new method of storing data. A device is currently being designed that will allow any individual to manipulate the data stored within any single DNA strand in the human body, while being able to coordinate multiple DNA strands to work together (to store data larger than 2 Megabytes in size). This new advancement is still in the workings, so there is currently no way in which to access the data once it has been stored. In the near future, the technology for transmitting data directly from a strand of DNA to the brain will be implemented. Let's keep our fingers crossed ;)
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