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Hello everybody. Suppose you have a radiowave carrying the evening news. This wave travels through your body hence through your cells. Is there any chance the coded evening news to be somehow perceived in a chemical level or even leave their imprints on the cells they passed through?

Maybe it's a stupid question after all.
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