The year is 2124. Thanks to new improvements in teleportation, the Intergalactic Research Institute has gathered 1000 biological samples from each of 1000 habitable planets in 1000 galaxies. The samples were analyzed with new model Instant Analyzers capable of determining the nucleotide sequence bases (to use old quaint terminology) of 100 million in one minute. The results were quite revealing. No significant homology (to refer to an outdated concept) was found between the samples from different, although some was found between the samples from within a given galaxy. Old timers may remember that some 100 years ago a similar problem arose regarding the sequence of phages on Earth. Now what? What is your recommendation to the Institute for what to do next?