What If You Could Unscramble an Egg?

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Rutgers University Press, 1998 - Science - 222 pages
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What if there were three sexes?

What if men could have babies?

What if the earth didn't have a moon?

What if all the air in the room went into one corner?

What if you fell into a black hole?

What if you could unscramble an egg?

Eavesdrop on these free-wheeling conversations and stretch your imagination in 120 different directions! In these flippant "what if" dialogues  about everything from sex, aliens, dogs, and dinosaurs to space, matter, and time, Robert Ehrlich blurs the boundaries between science fact and science fiction. Come travel through these zany alternative universes--and understand our own a bit better!

 

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Contents

Chapter
3
What if males died right after mating?
10
What if everyone looked alike?
16
What if aliens who wanted to speak only with dogs landed?
23
What if life existed in space?
30
What if a life form between plants and animals existed?
38
Humans
44
What if you could go into a state of suspended animation?
50
Chapter 9
117
Chapter 10
128
Chapter 11
138
Chapter 12
146
Chapter 13
166
What if the stars in the sky were mostly planets?
172
Chapter 15
187
What if you could travel into the past?
193

What if you stepped into a matter transporter?
57
Chapter 6
63
Chapter 7
83
What if an asteroid struck Earth?
89
What if two small countries had a nuclear war?
95
Chapters
101
What if time were to flow backward?
199
What if a picture were worth a thousand words?
205
Chapter 17
211
Index
219
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