According to FutureTimeline, by the end of 2014 genome sequencing will be so cheap that one person can get their entire genome read for under $100. I just stumbled upon an article a few minutes ago, though ( http://www.forbes.co...he-1000-genome/ ) saying that the cheapest human genomes cost $25,000-$75,000 and that this isn't going to change any time soon.
What do. Out of these two wildly divergent viewpoints, which do you think is the correct one? Is that guy at Forbes just one of those overly pessimistics, linear-thinking naysayers?