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The Biocomputer is currently the top-competitor of metallically manufactured computers that contain excess steel, silicon, and other fake materials. The biocomputer uses an untato for power since the Untato is a biological battery; as opposed to batteries purely composed of metal and acid.

Unlike the modern personal computer; the biocomputer is strictly composed of biological cells hence the bio- prefix. This type of computer is obsoleting the factory-made computers since it can just clone itself with reproductive organs. Computer factories will thwart to obsolescence with these maneating supercomputers.

Evolutionary origin[edit]

Genetic engineers have monkeyed around with human bodies trying to manupulate them into superintelligent beings. A human brain extracted from a person diagnosed with cancer has been used in a centrifuge which can transform it into a biological microprocessor. Humans have thought that the biocomputer could replace computer factories that waste metallic resources.¡aspire una perra de dick! .

Innovative features[edit]

Humans can program the biocomputer by using their voice because biology can perform better than electronic metal devices that require massive technological advances to implement. The human brains of dead people can serve as better memory banks than silicon-based chips from factory-produced matter.

Basically, a biocomputer is a mutated human that can process as a computer system. Unlike factory-built computers, the biocomputer can be expanded from a superdumb terminal with 2D sidescrolling games with black and white graphics to a fully advanced computer with 3D gaming capabilities with up to 1 billion color values.


People who work in offices have found big lumps of turd lying around on the floors. People have put diapers on these pooping monsters. Biocomputers eat skin of humans because they are hungry for biological matter unlike dumb metal computers.

Programs written for the Biocomputer[edit]

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