Weird Life by David Toomey
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Weird Life Summary
In recent years, scientists at the frontiers of biology have hypothesized the existence of life-forms that can only be called "weird": organisms that live off acid rather than water, microbes that thrive at temperatures and pressure levels so extreme that their cellular structures should break down, perhaps even organisms that reproduce without DNA.
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"Starred Review. An ingenious overview of anything that might be alive. The author remains true to science while coming to delightfully bizarre conclusions." - Kirkus
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David Toomey is an associate professor of English and director of the Professional Writing and Technical Communication Program at the University of Massachusetts?Amherst. He lives in Amherst.
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