Jack Foehammer
Tully
August 20, 2019 Comments.. 519
Tully Jack Foehammer Photographs are sent to the CEO of a Fortune 500 research and technology conglomerate depicting disturbing treatment of animals used in testing The photos come with a threat Cease operations or they go public Gordon Burke, the company s most trusted independent consultant, is summoned to the moon in the middle of the night to investigate and evaluate the company s moon Photographs are sent to the CEO of a Fortune 500 research and technology conglomerate depicting disturbing treatment of animals used in testing The photos come with a threat Cease operations or they go public Gordon Burke, the company s most trusted independent consultant, is summoned to the moon in the middle of the night to investigate and evaluate the company s moon based laboratory Gordon discovers the work of the brilliant scientist, Dr Michael Hawthorne, has yielded wonderous hope for mankind in the field of brain disorders To Gordon s horror, he also discovers a frightening perversion of that same work that challenges than just moral boundries But can he do anything about it being 240,000 miles from any help. Tully Photographs are sent to the CEO of a Fortune research and technology conglomerate depicting disturbing treatment of animals used in testing The photos come with a threat Cease operations or they g
  • Title: Tully
  • Author: Jack Foehammer
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  • Page: 406
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    1. Timothy Ward says:

      It s been a while since I read this, but it s a great sci fi short story I don t remember character names, but the story is essentially someone being sent to investigate a research facility on the moon where animal experimentation is being used to create militarized brain control Great characters and emotional involvement in the hero s survival Also, loved the twist Looking forward to stories from Jack George and the Brain is the title of another of his short stories I ve enjoyed.

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