Agence France-Presse:

The study reported that the institute’s team had stored all 154 Shakespeare sonnets, a photo, a PDF of a scientific paper, and a 26-second sound clip from US civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jnr’s “I Have a Dream” speech in a barely visible bit of DNA in a test tube.

Ladies and gentleman, the future is here.

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    Amazing advances being made in technology.
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    Wow
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    Crazy
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    The future is here.
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    Wow!
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    THE FUTUREIS NOW
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    Interesting but how stable is the DNA and what is the read-write rate?
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    But does it get wifi?
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    We are everything, everything is we