If you have access to mRNA tech it is your moral obligation to leak that shit and save lives
@thufie not a leak but
people have reverse engineered the stuff via sequencing, e.g. https://github.com/NAalytics/Assemblies-of-putative-SARS-CoV2-spike-encoding-mRNA-sequences-for-vaccines-BNT-162b2-and-mRNA-1273/ given the short sequence length it's very likely to be accurate imho. I wonder how hard would it be to synthesize and quality control at an acceptable throughput though. Lab versions should already be available in papers.
@thufie and remember: you can also encode the binary stream as pixels in a bitmap/png image ;)
or in a video stream... ;)
Smol server part of the pixie.town infrastructure. Registration is approval-based, and will probably only accept people I know elsewhere or with good motivation.