Come Again?

Sure, researchers have decoded the language of life down to the As, Ts, Cs, and Gs of the genome and are working on what it all means, but do they know how to speak or even pronounce this language?

They now do, says The Onion, the finest "news" source in the US, as the Human Genome Enunciation Project has been completed.

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