Chemotroph

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DigitalPulp Publishing, Jan 1, 2006 - Fiction - 234 pages
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They know that microbes containing the secrets of rejuvenation and indefinite longevity can be found in the bowels of a deep repository for nuclear waste. A team heads for Europe, unaware that they are walking into the cross-hairs of groups who would kill to obtain their knowledge or to stop others from possessing it. Sampling the microbes acts as a trigger; suddenly staying alive is top priority and the team is on the run, trying to stay invisible to a mega-corporation with all the resources of mid-21st century technology at its command. This hard-hitting sequel to Extremophile does not sanitise for your protection and thus is not for the faint-hearted.

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Ian McKinley holds Ph. D. in chemistry from Glasgow University. He has a professional background in nuclear waste management. A Scot who has lived in Switzerland for 20 years, he has been involved in an array of work related to nuclear waste management, including archeology, geology, microbiology, engineering and public communication. He has co-authored three technical books, as well as hundreds of articles in a variety of publications.

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