Genome Study Finds Gene For Believing Genome Studies

Cambridge, MA – A new [thirstylink linkid=”1729″ linktext=”genome” class=”thirstylink” title=”genome”] study involving 4.5 billion people, half of whom didn’t believe genome studies and half of whom felt they were the answer to life, the universe and everything, has uncovered a gene that might, if you squint your eyes and tilt your head sideways, be slightly significant in terms of making you believe genome studies.

The gene, called HaHaHa4, is thought to be involved in making you more gullibleĀ for fairy stories, religion and sightings of the Loch Ness Monster.

The consortium are now going to use Genome-Wide Association Studies in an effort to find a gene that makes you susceptible to falling for satirical stories about genome-wide association studies that find genes that make you believe genome studies.

Lead researcher on the project, Prof. Sue Flay toldĀ The Allium “I’m pretty sure it is a transcription factor or a kinase”.

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