Stephen Colbert’s DNA Headed for the International Space Station

Stephen Colbert’s DNA Headed for the International Space Station

by Dr. Hsien-Hsien Lei
Posted September 10, 2008 in DNA Podcasts and Videos, Personalities with DNA

Along with the DNA of other bright minds, musicians, and athletes, clever funnyman Stephen Colbert’s digitized DNA will also be included in Operation Immortality’s digital time capsule that’s being delivered to the International Space Station next month. See video above for his DNA sign-off from February 2006.

via 60-Second Science

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2 Comments

Comment by Julie

I think that’s so cool that Stephen Colbert’s DNA is going to be in that time capsule! I love his show, and I think that including his DNA in the time capsule is a “real hoot!”

 
Comment by spencer

thanks. great post. colbert is hilarious

 

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