GLOSSARY :: V ::
Vector: Any DNA structure that is used to transfer DNA into an organism; most commonly used are plasmid DNA vectors or viruses. See DNA, RNA, Genome.
Vegetal Reality: The entheogenic and spiritual multi-dimensional environment formed by psychoactive plant technology.
Virtual Reality: Computer generated reality. Term used for highly immersive spatial simulations, which contain the possibility of manoeuvring and interacting. See Immersive Technologies.
Virus: A small replicator consisting of little more than a package of DNA or RNA which, when injected into a host cell, can direct the cell's molecular machinery to make more viruses. See Replicator, Cell.