Tag Archives: Cryogenics

Missing Something

Stephen fell asleep while waiting to board the ferry. He awoke, still waiting to enter , but the ferry looked strange. He turned. His middle-aged wife Leslie looked twenty years younger. “Okay, Dad?” Stephen turned to Tabatha, their sixteen year … Continue reading

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Side Effects

Natalia Gantz, perhaps the richest woman in the world, gazed into the microscope. “Alright, doctor,” she sneered. “What am I looking at?” Doctor Bengtsdotter sighed privately. “This is a plant frozen in the normal way. See the ice crystals? They … Continue reading

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