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This book is about biophysicists that are conducting a special experiment They are sending a probe into outer space and collecting organisms for study After project scoop sends seventeen stalites into outer spacea probe falls and lands in the north eastern Arizona Not very far away the scientists discover many dead bodies that look to have been flung across the ground The bodies faces appear to have been frozen in surprise This is just the beginning In this book the scientists are trying to discover a cure for the deadly bacteria that kills everyone in a non violent way This virus kills everyoneexcept a newborn baby and a old man in the small town in a matter of seconds2 scientists go into the town to look around and find the man and the baby They are wearing protective suits so that they wont catch the virus After getting the baby and bringing it back to a special labthey have to find out more about the virus They conduct some tests and figure out that the virus is When they are conducting some tests they are looking under a microscope and they see a green substance that appears to be growing on a small piece of rock They do some more experiments by putting this green substance in a cage that has a rat or a monkeyand find out that they die in a matter of seconds After they find out what the organism looks likethey have to find a cure They search for a long timebut no one can find a cure Finally there is a part where the virus breaks out and a man is stuck in the lab with the virus When a scientists looks in the videocamerahe sees the mans face and says that it looks frozen with surprise This gives mark hall the idea that it only affects people with normal amounts of blood sugar He tells the man in
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