This is original. Dateline, National Institutes of Health, Feb. 1999: Human Genome Project scientists announced a significant breakthrough in cracking the genetic code today. They disclosed that they have solved the long-standing problem of why only a small fraction of the DNA strand is actually used by the cell to code for proteins, while the rest seems to be just unused "junk". The crux of the discovery was the amino acid sequence: ATGCATGGACTGATCTAGTCATGCTGACTGGTACATACCGAATCAGTACCATGGACATATACAGTAC GTTACCGTGACCTCAGTCAATGGCCATCTCGTGACTTCGATCTACTGAAATCCATGATCATAGCATG ATCAGTCCTACGTAGCATGCAATGCATGCATATAGCATATCACATTATACGACTACGTACATGACGT ACCGTAGTACATCAGG which was found to decode to: "this space intentionally left blank."
(From the "Rest" of RHF)