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Perhaps, were I to be injected with the Ezawa bacterium after death, I might well
reincarnate as a playwright. But each morning before rounds as I took my
constitutional, I would look back at the house and experience a thrill of
excitement and ...
So much Donnell could easily follow, but thereafter he was puzzled by some of
Magnusson's terminology. . . . each bacterium carries a crystal of magnetite within
a membrane that is contiguous with the cytoplasmic membrane, and a chain of ...
According to Magnusson, if the Ezawa bacterium existed in the southern
hemisphere it would tend to be south-seeking, following the direction of the
geomagnetic field in those regions; but it would — like its northern counterpart —
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We've been taught in recent years to think of mindless brain-eaters when we hear the word "zombies". In 1984, Shepard's first novel inverted the stereotype. A secret medical project, hidden in the ... Read full review
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I just don't like zombies, sorry...Not a bad book, sort of reminded me of Shelley's _Frankenstein_. Read full review