Back when I was in my personal golden age of discovering printed science fiction, I read the story "Call Me Joe" by Poul Anderson in The Science Fiction Hall of Fame. Poul Anderson earned a degree in physics, but his fictional biology was quite disappointing for me to wade through even as a teenager.
|Jack Vance (left) and Poul Anderson (under the dart board) [image source]|
|In the Ekcolir Reality|
Original cover art by Ken Distler
Special thanks to Miranda Hedman
for "Black Cat 9 - stock" that I used
to create the blue sedronite.
According to Zeta, Kirth Gersen was able to make use of his amplified telepathic abilities to find the secret laboratory on Dar Sai where the pek were carrying out human breeding experiments. Those experiments culminated in the creation of special combinations of genes derived from both the Methelen and the Darsh.
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