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M. Husband M. Frédéric Malmartel who wrote a theory about possible extinction of dinosaurs due ti gravitation, says this about the book :
Among opponents to Big Bang Theory some people defend "Plasma Cosmology"
In this alternative cosmology, Universe is shapped more by electricity than by gravity. This cosmology is an interesting one
because it doesn't need Dark Matter or Black Energy, concepts necessary to Big Bang, but that no one has bever seen or prooved.
So, the scenario of this book is plausible. We can imagine an asteroid changing gravity, attracting plasma and at the end changing earth magnetic fields of Earth and orientation of Earth.
In Plasma Cosomology, galaxies are shaped by electromagnetic force more than by gravity. So, why not Earth?
I'd define its genre as an adventure science fiction novel that includes romance, action and scientific research. The story is fast paced and the characters are well developed. And there're plot twists in each chapter.
The author asks some serious questions. Should genetic modification be prohibited? What is the future of the human race? Will people be able to feel love if they change physically? What is the most important thing for survival?
However, it isn't a scientific book but an interesting reading that entertains and, at the same time, makes you think deeper or even argue mentally with the author. I encourage you to give Survival Gene a try.
Many interesting questions surface in this book and the primary one for me is genetic modification. Secondary is the most plausible effect of gravitational pull on the earth. The author explores the dire circumstances of this effect including earthquakes, tsunamis and lack of communication.
Lots of action is included from Miami to Sochi and back again with stops in between. The characters are well defined and I really liked Nellie, Barkov's mother. Toss in some romance for that extra added ingredient and the reader will be set for quite the journey. I am still pondering the question that the author raises near the end. To paraphrase his question 'would you prefer life with a new appearance versus dying'?
Highly recommended for action and a most interesting read on GMO's and consequences thereof.