Let's build a lab where anyone, literally anyone, can come and tinker with microorganisms. Better yet, let's make this lab have no oversight whatsoever. Then, let's call making transgenic bacteria (in an unsecure environment) a "fun and educational" project.
Then, let's complain that University research (in a secure environment) is undemocratic and held under the tight tyranny of professorial dictators.
Then, let's encourage people to use the lab to test themselves for genetic conditions. If it turns out they have a genetic condition that will eventually cost them (and their insurance provider)
And while some people use the lab space to carry out work that might have serious IP and future revenue implications...let's secure it with no more than a sliding patio door.
Way to go Genspace! You have won TAE's coveted "Worst Science Idea of the Year" award.