Brilliant forensic work

I’ve watched in horror as, one after another, my friends and associates fell victim to the latest plague to sweep through our online world: the “page 23, sentence 5” virus. I still don’t understand its power to overwhelm even the seemingly most resistant, but Kellan has a wonderful history of the spread. Even if we don’t know why, at least knowing how it spread may help keep us safe from the next one.


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2004-04-20 08:14:40


Reverse Transcriptase is an enzyme that functions as a RNA-dependent DNA polymerase. Present in retroviruses, it copies the viral RNA genome into DNA prior to its integration into host cells.

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2004-04-24 08:02:38

Page 23, Sentence 5

For no other reason, than it sounded like fun()The Fifth Sentence: They found him behind a booth, displaying brooches to…

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