Any construct that acts to produce copies of itself; this could be a living organism, an idea (see meme), a program (see quine, worm, wabbit, fork bomb, and virus), a pattern in a cellular automaton (see life), or (speculatively) a robot or nanobot. It is even claimed by some that Unix and C are th...
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The specific site of a bacterial genome (chromosome) at which replication begins. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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[Stargate] In the military science fiction series Stargate SG-1, the Replicators are antagonistic self-replicating machines that propagate by ingesting the metals that make up civilizations and use them to create either blocks that form the bug-like version or smaller cells that compose the ...
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[band] The band members were advocates of the DIY punk ethic, as popularized by bands such as Fugazi and The Minutemen. Replicator started as a bay area Indie rock band of little distinction before finding their signature sound, often compared to bands such as Shellac, The Jesus Lizard, Stee...
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[Star Trek] In Star Trek a replicator is a machine capable of creating (and recycling) objects. Replicators were originally seen used to synthesize meals on demand, but in later series they took on many other uses. ==Origins and limitations== The term "replicator" originated on Star Trek: Th...
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A system able to build copies of itself when provided with raw materials and energy
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In the Star Trek universe, a device that can convert energy into a specific material object or substance on demand. It uses the same technology as that of the transporter, i.e. non-destructive teleportation.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: rep′li-kā′tŏr Definitions: 1. The specific site of a bacterial genome (chromosome) at which replication begins.
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