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  • Crusher just nodded and began looking at ways to filter the liscom gas from the brain by using fluoxetines, a naturally produced chemical.

    A Time to Hate

  • “You were the one who figured out it was the liscom gas that affected the genes?”

    A Time to Hate

  • “We know the liscom gas affected not only their blood and chromosomes, but also the brain chemistry …” she began.

    A Time to Hate

  • She had previously dispatched him to deal with the wounded, letting her concentrate on the liscom gas problem, so he was just now coming up to speed on her research.

    A Time to Hate

  • The liscom gas Dr. Crusher discovered in the bloodstream has acted like a narcotic.

    A Time to Hate

  • The elevated levels also seem to have worked with the liscom to alter the pineal hormones.

    A Time to Hate

  • The inability of the government to act during this crisis also seems to be a by-product of the liscom gas.

    A Time to Hate

  • The liscom gas not only got into their bloodstream, but into their brains, forcing them to pump out excessive amounts of serotonin, which depressed their aggressive tendencies.

    A Time to Hate

  • The liscom gas had actually worked like a narcotic, lulling the people into a peaceful frame of mind and allowing the two races to coexist in harmony and to gain Federation membership for their world, unlike their belligerent parent worlds.

    A Time to Hate

  • The liscom gas not only robbed them of their aggression but also dulled their creativity.

    A Time to Hate

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