And he has chosen, get ready
Proposed neologism: "Omnigenomics"All I can say, as I did in the comments on his blog, is
Etymology: Latin "omnis" (all or everything) + genomics (study of genomes)
Sample usage: "What do you do?" / "Omnigenomics" / "What's that?" / "I study the total amount of DNA in different species of animals, which includes genes and all the other sequences, most of which are non-coding and..."
NoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooAnd for this full slide down the slippery slope of omics words, T. Ryan Gregory is the recipient of my fourth "Worst New Omics Word Award." Check out previous winners:diseasome, ethomics, and Museomics. (I note if you look through Google results, domain names with omnigenomics in them have been registered previously and then allowed to expire. Those were good deaths. Hope the resurrection is short lived).