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Book: Bioethics Basics - A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners by Doug Erlandson
Cutting Edge Issues in Bioethics Straightforward Talk about Controversial Issues In Bioethics Basics: A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners, Dr. Doug Erlandson provides an easy-to-understand introduction to the rapidly developing discipline of bioethics. Drawing on his years of teaching and research in bioethics, Erlandson takes readers step by step through the major issues in bioethics, as he [...]
 
Book: The Baby - A Short Story by Karen A. Wyle
What would you do to preserve the one you loved and lost? Ellie Simmons loved and lost her husband Daniel. Now, two years later, her baby Daniel is the first Daniel's clone. But human cloning is illegal, and no one can know. This free short story was intended to be the first in a series of stories about human cloning, some involving the legal issues such cloning could raise. (I'm a lawyer, and [...]
 
Book: Cloning Death by Richard McCullough
Cloning Death presents us with the ultimate goal: be rich and powerful and live forever and then shows us with a very vivid tale why that is really not the most desirable goal. While its true that we individually might be able to achieve such a goal and remain benign, what about those who become twisted and retain no regard for others in their pursuit of the same goal? And worse still, what if [...]
 
Book: 9.5B by Pen
The year is 2059. The human race stands on the brink of annihilation. Not from natural causes, but at the hands of one of our own. The population stands at 14 billion : more than the world can handle. As the New World Government plans to annihilate 9.5 billion of earth's inhabitants a small band of people plan to escape. Only Dr. Stormy Rose Prometheus, with her knowledge of Quantum Physics, can [...]
 
Book: Giant Dreams and Dragons by James R. Womack
Professor Buford Doss, never got the respect or credit he deserved. Such prestige went to what he insisted were inferior peers and even mentally dense graduate assistants. But Professor Doss had a plan to remedy all of that. A big plan. A miraculous plan. And he was anxious to set it in motion, even if it meant engaging in a bit of deceit. You may say he had no intention of 'dragon' his feet on [...]
 
Book: The Clone's Mother by Cheri Gillard
Nurse Kate has a date! An actual date, with a real person. Not just a Friday night with her finicky cat or a movie marathon with George Clooney. Mack is more than she could have ever hoped for. But there's one catch: Mack's lab partner, Kate's creepy gynecologist, is up to something. Something dark. Kate finds evidence that the unethical doctor has used his patients as guinea pigs to make a [...]
 
Book: Contingency by Brian J. Wagner
Meet Doctor Tom Davis, a world renowned geneticist and physician practicing in Phoenix Arizona and the country's foremost authority on the subject of human reproductive cloning. Tom's practice, eXgen Incorporated, is focused on reproductive medicine primarily infertility treatment because that's what pays the bills and is what makes possible the research that is his real passion. All is well at [...]
 
Book: Torn From On High (The Free City Series Book 2) by S. F. Chapman
Finally back in Free City after he solved an exhausting kidnapping case in the Outer Solar System, Inspector Ryo Trop of the Free City Inquisitor's Office is called out of early retirement to put an end to a puzzling crime wave. Someone is murdering Space Debris Salvage workers. In the moldering ruins following the Second Amero-Asian War, unrest is rampant just outside of Free City in the huge [...]
 
Book: Childhood's Day by John B. Rosenman
This story stems from a specific memory. I was walking down the street on the way to a doctor's appointment when I noticed a store specializing in reprographs. Reprography is the reproduction of graphics through various means such as photography. For example, the reproduction of an old photograph into a new one. Just like that, an idea for a story leaped into my head. Suppose you could reproduce [...]
 
Book: VAN LAVEN CHRONICLES THRONE OF NOVOXOS by Tyler Chase
"Throne of Novoxos" had me glued to my bed for hours. I am in awe really, and still feel goosebumps on my skin. Such brilliant writing!" - Kristine at Goodreads - "This is the stuff of legends and Tyler Chase wields the pen well." - Melissa at Goodreads All she wanted was to save a life, even if he was her sworn enemy. She didn't mean to make him fall in love. She didn't mean to make him break [...]
 
Book: The Cloning of Solomon Hays - A Beginner's Guide to Genealogy by Deborah Collin
Can you name your great-grandparents? What about their great-grandparents? If you've ever asked, "Who are you people, and what are you doing on my family tree?" have I got a guidebook for you! A primer for the beginning genealogist, a refresher course for the intermediate user, and a walk down memory lane for the more advanced family historian. A down in the trenches approach to genealogy, with [...]
 
Book: Scribbler Tales (Volume One) by Mary Ann Bernal
"Scribbler Tales is a unique mix of genres in one anthology rich with tension, humanity and genuine emotion. Unconventional settings and unexpected twists are bound to leave you pondering long after you close this book." In Desperate Measures, Audrey learns of Paul's duplicity when human cloning experiments go awry. Forbidden Lore beckons Arianna and Ethan into a haunted cemetery where they are [...]
 
Book: Masters of life and universe - A concept about instant self-replicating towns and cell (micro)robots. by Pawel Kozycz
Superfast cloning self-replicating technology for urban, cosmological, medical purposes as salvage or hecatomb for an entire civilization, Earth, space. Explosion speed of two-way( for macro and micro versions) development of cell robotic mega towns for shaping our life and the whole environment - the universe in harmony with natural technology(like a cell or big bang!) path of development. Pawel [...]
 
Book: Magenta Rising (The Tilt Series Book 1) by Mouse Diver-Dudfield
Central Otago, New Zealand. Three hundred and fifty years after a catastrophic disaster has killed 99.9% of the planet's population, the survivors - descendants of the only underground shelter to remain miraculously intact - struggle to survive in a hostile new world. Drenched in deadly ultraviolet rays, the human race's dwindling genetic code is in crisis. To nurture and rebuild it, a cloning [...]
 
Book: UNDERGROUND BASES - Subterranean Military Facilities and the Cities Beneath Our Feet (The Underground Knowledge Series Book 7) by Lance Morcan
What do the world's superpowers get up to in their secret underground bunkers? UNDERGROUND BASES: Subterranean Military Facilities and the Cities Beneath Our Feet, by novelists, filmmakers and independent researchers James Morcan & Lance Morcan, details confirmed and rumored underground facilities in the United States and around the world. Containing rare photographic evidence throughout as well [...]
 
Book: Dragon Defense (Heirs to the Throne - Book 3) by Diane Rapp
Praise for the trilogy: "In the best traditions of Anne McCaffrey's fantasy books, "Heirs to the Throne" trilogy walks right on the border between Epic Fantasy and Sci-Fi. On one hand, we have advanced technologies like space travel, cloning, mind transfer to artificially created hosts, to name a few. On the other, we have dragons, people with special abilities who can control minds, talk to [...]
 


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