The Earth has 50 billion tons of DNA. What happens when we have the entire biocode?

One of the greatest achievements of the coming century will be the characterization of the Biocode, not just as a list of genomes of different species, but as patterns of interacting communities. Our first guess at its size opens a door. We will start to understand how it has fluctuated in composition in the past and how it will change in the future. We can start to learn how it works.

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