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Deep Black SeaCrew to advance that mission then so be it How is it that sea animals can live and reproduce in water that should boil them Superheated water that is full of toxins and heavy metals and contains almost no oxygen should be void of life on planet Earth and yet it is teeming with it The answer to the puzzle lies in the bacteria and Ted knows it Convinced that the same symbiotic relationship between the sea life and bacteria can be reproduced in humans and then used to help humans travel to Mars one day Ted intentionally infects a few members the crew Just as the bacterium forces a metamorphosis in the tubeworms and other animals as the bacterium take over their host Ted’s infected crewmates also begin their rapid transformation And while Ted is initially thrilled with his experiments he uickly realizes that he has lost control As his remaining crewmates realize that they have a traitor in their midst the fight for survival begins three miles under the waves With two crew members transformed into “something else” and loose in the ship the remaining crew must find a way to kill the deadly creatures that used to be their friends. This book will keep you on the edge of your seat the whole time

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FREE READ î Deep Black Sea ò ❮Download❯ ➽ Deep Black Sea ➸ Author David M. Salkin – Science Fiction Legend Ben Bova says “DEEP BLACK SEA is science fiction at its best a realistic tale of exploration and danger written by a man who knows the details of deep sea exploration firsthan Science Fiction LegScience Fiction Legend Ben Bova says “DEEP BLACK SEA is science fiction at its best a realistic tale of exploration and danger written by a man who knows the details of deep sea exploration firsthand An exciting read” When President Roberts was elected in his acceptance speech included references to exploring inner space and the oceans as a priority that could no longer be ignored While Deep Black PDFEPUB or his predecessor had promised a Mars mission that excited NASA President Roberts immediately began making sweeping changes in the funding priorities of NASA NOAA National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the United States Navy Within two months of taking office Roberts had replaced the head of NASA with former US Navy pilot turned astronaut Rear Admiral Thomas Antus and unveiled his bold plan to see a deep sea research station built to rival the international space station Citing similar hurtles in both space and deep sea exploration Roberts announced that the deep sea station would be a joint effort between NASA NOAA and the Navy What it meant for the Mars mission was a huge budget cut that would delay the space. This book was incredibly frustrating because the first 23s were so strong then it descended into a sexist silly story that completely lost me As I first started reading I thought I was really in the hands of someone who knew what they are doing The set up is great America has decided to create a giant underwater lab staffed by seven mariners that is going to explore the deepest parts of the ocean and the author's description of both the lab and the undersea world are excellent And the plot kicks into high gear when one of the scientists on board turns out to have a very different agenda then everyone else What he gets up to is really creepy and sets in motion what should have been an exciting story One of the things I dislike intensely in books is when strange things start to happen and somehow everyone finds a reason to overlook and ignore the strange happenings When things first start to go wrong on the mission the characters actually notice and investigate Excellent Unfortunately when things seriously start to go wrong characters with key information suddenly decide not to say anything for no particular good reason And by not saying something the situation gets increasingly worse which lets the author create a fakeunearned sense of peril for the characters that is supposed to frighten the reader Instead I just kept thinking Uh uh I do not believe that person would do this really stupid thing A writer can get away with that once More than that is just bad writing Far worse than that however is this author's view of women The crew of the lab includes a female chief medical officer and a female scientist both of whom are presented as being at the absolute top of their fields and consummate professionals But what happens when the # hits the fan Both women completely lose their # When the doctor is confronted by an admittedly terrifying medical problem what does she do Does she face it with steely eyed resolve Does she bravely face the situation Nope She falls apart She screams She sobs And then she screams and sobs some Ditto the female scientist When things go wrong she panics and panics and panics some and begs the men to Don't go do that brave thing And don't leave me alone Ripley these women ain't The writer even starts to referring to them as the girls Seriously In 2014 If I were a woman I'd be offended to read about female characters behaving so ridiculously Then there is the sex these women have Each end up shagging a male crew member even as horrible things are happening all around them And then of course they cry and scream some Only a straight male could write female characters like this As I said this is a real shame because there is some genuinely good creepy stuff here But that bad stuff pretty much drowns it under 20000 feet of silliness

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Mission indefinitely but for those scientists that had been the pioneers of deep sea exploration it meant funding the likes of which they never could have dreamed With a budget of six billion dollars the cost of two Virginia Class submarines the deep sea research station uickly became a reality By comparison the Alvin one of the most famous deep sea exploration vehicles ever built was constructed and later refurbished for under a million dollars With six billion dollars the new Office of Deep Sea Research could take deep sea exploration to the next level tantamount to NASA first going to the moon With a crew of seven the Challenger submerges three miles below the waves for a one year mission to study the hidden world of the deep black sea One of the team members Ted Bell is a former NASA scientist with his own agenda He is much interested in learning about the Deinococcus radiodurans bacteria that keeps sea animals alive in seven hundred degree superheated water that is full of heavy metals and other toxins that flows from the “black smokers” Ted’s ultimate goal is a mission to Mars and if it means sacrificing the deep sea. I really like undersea sci fi adventures like this James Rollins' DEEP FATHOM comes to mind and this rates up there with the best in my opinion A gigantic underwater lab with a crew of scientists descends deeper than most anyone has ever been about three miles The second in command of the expedition a NASA scientist named Ted is obsessed with studying tubeworms and the amazing bacteria that keeps them alive in 700 degree water Well let's just say those bacteria are adaptive than even he knows and they get loose among the scientists via Ted's bad judgment and before you know it all hell breaks loose aboard a vessel no one can escape Talk about claustrophobic Some really original creatures populate this story and some really cool science I actually learned something The characters are well developed and the plot rolls along at a good clip although it does build slowly at first but that's also where the suspense builds I give this story a five out of five one of my favorite books this year A fun adventurehorrorsci fi story Way to go Dave