I am studying atoms recently because I am writing a short story and the characters would talk about it for a bit. And I wish it's scientifically accurate.
So I read a lot of articles about the atom and here is something that I saw:
Around three-quarters of a human body is water, made from oxygen and hydrogen atoms. These atoms, along with all the others in the world, have been around for eons, shifting through any number of organic and inorganic processes, or simply hanging about in the atmosphere. Anybody could have some oxygen or hydrogen atoms in their constitution that had once been part of Einstein, Elvis Presley or Mother Teresa. On the other hand, an atom could have once been part of a decomposing piece of rat offal.
So, if I really got some atoms of Einstein, it doesn't work like DNA which I might have curly hair right?