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  • Speculative Science Folio

    May 25, 2014  /  IN Blogs, Essays  /  0 COMMENT

    Speculating on a potential solution to the insidious resurrectional nature of zombie endocrine disruptors–specifically the pervasive synthetic androgen, trenbolone acetate, a bovine growth hormone used to fatten up cattle. In this invention, an original graphite drawing by Julie Rauer, Co-Founder [...]

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Speculating on a potential solution to the insidious resurrectional nature of zombie endocrine disruptors–specifically the pervasive synthetic androgen, trenbolone acetate, a bovine growth hormone used to fatten up cattle.

In this invention, an original graphite drawing by Julie Rauer, Co-Founder of ART SCIENCE COMPLEX, both cyclic process and solution are manifested in this singular object, a 12th century Iranian brass Rice Server, inscribed in Arabic with good wishes.

Visualizing a strategy for intervention, inspired by the bioluminescent Atolla jellyfish, a perpetual state of ersatz “sunlight” is Nanoengineered into the trenbolone metabolites; photocytes could be the answer to creating a relatively safe, stable photoproduct–as these light producing mitochondrial cells may add a water molecule across the n-bonds.

Copyright c April 20, 2014 by Julie Rauer

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