The Dyodyne Experiment
We are proud to announce that The Dyodyne Experiment is a
Gold Medalist in the 2009 Independent Publisher Book Awards (IPPY
Award) for the Popular Fiction Category!
A research team at Dyodyne Labs has developed a remarkable new
technology: a microscopic computer system with the ability to secretly track people
with pinpoint accuracy. The system, code-named DaNA, is
transmitted as a benign virus that passes the tracking
system to all who come in contact with its host.
government sees the system as the perfect way to track
down a criminal's accomplices, making it invaluable in
bringing down the drug cartel. But when the biggest
terrorist attack in
U.S. history devastates New York City, the Department
of Homeland Security orders the team to launch the
untested system to find those responsible. What they
uncover is unthinkable - six nuclear bombs hidden in six
major cities. And the bombs, controlled by a powerful
underground alliance, are part of a much larger global
conspiracy. As the team at Dyodyne rushes to track down
the terrorists holding the country hostage, they discover
yet another threat: DaNA is mutating and may be impossible
A Note from the Authors of
the Dyodyne Experiment
The issue of guarding civil liberties at all costs and temporarily
relinquishing a portion of those rights for protection against terrorism is
a difficult one. Concerns of pushing the envelope on genetic research run
deep as well. Should scientists alter the human genetic blueprint to achieve
unproven scientific advancements?
The Dyodyne Experiment is a fiction thriller that personifies the
collision of unproven scientific advancement and deploying it in a time of
Although The Dyodyne Experiment is a work of fiction, the foundation
of information that comprises our book was found freely on the Internet.
During our research, we found some of this information fascinating because
of the scientific possibilities; and much of it could pose a deep and
dangerous threat to society and humanity as a whole.
Our goal for writing The Dyodyne Experiment is to encourage our
global community to put common sense before radical ideology. This novel is
apolitical, but with a powerful point - that with freedom comes
responsibility and accountability.
The Dyodyne Experiment captures life in the early 21st century – a
time of hope and achievement that is challenged and complicated by greed,
radical idealism and self-serving political ambition.
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