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The dangers of nuclear 'ice-nine'

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By Donald Kaul

The great cautionary tale of the 19th century is Frankenstein, Mary Shelly's novel. It's the story of a brilliant scientist, Victor Frankenstein, who builds a monster out of spare parts and then breathes life into it.

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Instead of being grateful to his creator, the monster runs away. It eventually destroys Frankenstein and everyone he cares about.

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