Monday, 4 February 2008

Mutant Killer Seaweed of Doom

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Mutant Killer Seaweed of Doom: researchers developed Caulerpa taxifolia (Vahl) C. Agandh, a new-and-improved, genetically distinct strain which was particularly hardy and fast-growing. This variety was ideal for their purposes and it was shared with other museums and aquariums. For a time, all was well and good in the world of marine botany. In 1984, however, a square meter patch of this new variety of Caulerpa was found in the Mediterranean ...
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Biolante!! This is it, meddlesome scientists wanting to beautify their Marineland while they cut costs for maintenance, they spend hours and hours in that linear-goal focus until they create a mutant rampage that now threatens the planet.

Of course we KNOW the solution: We just zap it to atoms with atomic breath from a giant lizard, and hope no shards of it escape up into space where they can combine with living space-crystals ...

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