Monday, 4 February 2008

Mutant Killer Seaweed of Doom


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 ...

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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