The author, in real life Dr. E. T. Bell of California Institute of Technology, has used a knowledge of electronics and the...

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SEEDS OF LIFE

The author, in real life Dr. E. T. Bell of California Institute of Technology, has used a knowledge of electronics and the inexorable logic of science to build up steadily mounting horror. For Bork, a lab assistant, accidentally discovers a secret of short x-ray waves that can mutate life -- pushing it millions of years ahead or equal milleniums back. He becomes a superman of the future while some brown hen eggs revert and what emerges is the common reptile-dinosaur ancestor of birds and mammals. Hair-dye and spirits of ammonia will take care of THIS.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1951