• Posts Tagged ‘Genetic Engineering’

    Chlorophytum Comosum Vlog

    by  • April 11, 2016 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Chlorophytum Comosum Vlog

    A transcript by Evangeline Zoya, as provided by Kathy Steinemann Art by Ariel Alian Wilson Day 1: This is Dr. Bruce S. Iktomi, commencing my video journal for Experiment 148-K. This morning I fertilized a Chlorophytum comosum with the first application of my innovative nutrient solution. If my calculations are correct, and I’m sure they...

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    S. D. Evo.

    by  • December 14, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    S D Evo

    An essay by Harry Campbell, as provided by Domenic diCiacca Art by Ariel Alian Wilson I knocked and walked in. “Jamie!?” “That you, Harry?” she called from the front room. “In here! Grab a beer, bring me one.” She was drying her hands when I joined her. She’d been fussing with her aquarium, the big one,...

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    Francine’s Baby

    by  • September 7, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Francine's Baby

    An essay by Ivan Gorr, as provided by Diana Parparita Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye My name is Ivan Gorr, and I’ve been, perhaps, the key contributor to Project Eve, though, as my lack of an academic background might suggest, I was not one of the researchers working on the project. I was employed by...

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    Lasagna with Legs

    by  • April 20, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Lasagna with Legs

    An essay by John Baker, as provided by Rich Knight Art by Justine McGreevy “I’ve created a monster!” … is what I wish I could say. But I can’t. Not with this sad, pathetic mess writhing on my kitchen table. The best I could say is, “I’ve created a mess,” and even that was being generous....

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    The Curious Case of Alpha-7 DE11

    by  • March 23, 2015 • Fiction • 2 Comments

    The Curious Case of Alpha-7 DE11

    Transcript of voice mail found by Dr. Jarothy Pickman, as provided by Dan Stout Art by Dawn Vogel <Beep> Hello, Joachim. This is Dr. Manderagon. Vincent Manderagon. I’m calling because I’m having trouble with one of our Golems. Specifically … ah … I just had it in front of me … <Rustling papers>  Here it is:...

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    Sins and Dust

    by  • March 9, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Sins and Dust

    An essay by the Confessor, as provided by James Fadeley Art by Luke Spooner I write these words with total shame, for herein lies the confessions of an arrogant fool. For forty years, I have served the church as a preacher of the faith. And yet I am the greatest of hypocrites. Once a...

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    The Problem with Protégés

    by  • December 22, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    The Problem with Protégés

    An essay by Dr. Andre Jomes, as provided by Rob Oxley Art by Dawn Vogel Caution when Advancing Interns: A Personal Account Dr. Andre Jomes, MSBS, Director of BCRR, Berry & Serg Adrian9 Inner Cylinder Housing, Apt. 43-F Staff and Admin Tag 373-0 You will want the right kind of person to trust with...

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    One scientist’s struggle against federal cloning regulations: A case study

    by  • May 26, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Dr. Jasmine A. Connell1,2 and Dr. Diana Rohlman3 1Department of Nephrology, Groom Lake Laboratories; 2Center for Ethical Cloning, Groom Lake Medical Center; 3Groom Lake Publishing Services, Groom Lake, Nevada, United States of America Corresponding author: Jasmine A. Connell, connellj@groomlakelab.edu Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye Jasmine A. Connell received her Bachelors of Science degree in 1975...

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    The Nature of Sin

    by  • October 28, 2013 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Dr. Mark Mathis, as provided by Jeffrey Wooten Art by Luke Spooner On the first plane I sat by a young lady that could have passed for the granddaughter I never had. She was excited; it was her first trip to Europe. She asked me what I did for a living and...

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