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If sufficienly many people are born, then is it possible that two persons are genetically identical although they are not twins?

At a very crude level, the full human genome contains 6 billion nucleotide pairs. Each of those nucleotide pairs has four possible values: AT, GC, TA, and CG. That means there are $4^{6e9}$ (4^(6 X 10^...
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