The Greenhouse Effect

  • Published: December 2003
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 222
  • Size: 5.5x8.5
  • ISBN: 9781553694748
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In the Year 2050 given Greenhouse Effects worldwide, Dr. Jeff Gordon a neurosurgeon becomes involved in a Los Angeles freeway shooting among a secret organization Special Environmental Unit and unknown shooters. When a SEU officer is shot he administers medical treatment then follows the ambulance to the hospital. The SEU officer hides the purpose of her organization from Dr. Gordon who returns to his practice.

A colleague of Dr. Gordon, Jeannie is a genetic engineer at a biotechnology company, who he moonlights with on a project requiring his expertise in surgery. Mutation of the life form that they had engineered into an animal form surprise them, indicating someone else tampered with the DNA sequence of the mutation.

An underground city developed by the androids given alien technology provides bioengineering of tunnels. Shuttlecraft drives them to the Android site. Android rebels try political means against the fascist dictatorship created in Germany where android technology was created. Hybridization technology provided by the Aliens synthesized human and android DNA that developed a hybrid life form.

Part II provides a more comprehensive theme and character of the Baby. Given the Baby is a hybrid life form that resists toxic substances surviving in the hostile environment of Earth, a kidnapping by the Alien propels the child to another planet.

Part III portrays the universal war among aliens , androids and humans. With virtual reality warping of time-space, life forms tear through the fabric of the space-time continuum thereby reaching across millions of parsecs and thousands of years. Characters from the past and future interact in the present. Time past and time present exist in time future.

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